UCLA Law encourages graduates to join our strongly connected alumni community. From career advice to loan repayment assistance, we offer a suite of services to help members of the extended UCLA Law family succeed at every stage of life.
Career Services for Alumni
Find out about job opportunities, alumni career resources and how to get involved in the UCLA Law community and help current students and recent alumni.
Post-graduate support includes our loan repayment assistance program which increases the ability of our J.D. graduates to pursue public service legal careers, and several programs to help new graduates gain meaningful legal experience while also assisting employers to address unmet needs.
UCLA Law Women LEAD allows you to both re-connect with old classmates as well as enabling you to utilize the trusted UCLA Law Women LEAD environment to expand your professional network.
Law Alumni on UCLA ONE
UCLA ONE allows you to find and re-connect with old classmates as well as expand your professional network.
Ordering a transcript through MyUCLA is available to students who graduated after 1990. Students who graduated in 1990 and before must email the law school Records Office (email@example.com) to request a mailed copy of their official academic transcript.
Copies of unofficial transcripts can also be accessed on MyUCLA. Unofficial transcripts are printed on plain paper and do not carry the Registrar’s seal.
For more information about our grading system, please review the UCLA School of Law Transcript Legend.
Graduates may pick up their diplomas at the law school’s Records Office service window (1224 Law Building). Be sure to bring a driver’s license, state-issued identification card or passport.
Graduates may also request to have diplomas mailed. Send your signed request to:
SCAN AND EMAIL
In your request, please include: your name, signature, UCLA ID number or the last four digits of your Social Security number, date of birth, year of your graduation, a contact phone number or email address in case we need to reach you, and the address to which the diploma should be sent.
Diplomas are sent via certified mail with a recipient signature required for delivery. Please note that the diploma is very large and flat. Having it delivered to your office/work address is generally better than having it delivered to a residence. If there is nobody there to sign for it, then you will have to go to the post office and pick it up. Please make sure the delivery address is valid, as returned diplomas tend to get damaged, necessitating a re-order of your diploma and another eight-week wait. There is no cost for mailing.
You can authorize a trusted third party to pick up your diploma by sending in advance a written, signed request to the Records Office. In addition to the usual diploma request information (your name, signature, UCLA ID number or last four digits of your Social Security number, date of birth, year of your graduation, a contact phone number or email address), you must include the name of your designate and they must present their own photo ID when they come for pick up. Authorizations can be faxed or scanned and emailed to the Records Office.
Your diploma will not be released if you have outstanding financial obligations to the University. You can check MyUCLA (formerly URSA) for information on any outstanding holds on your academic records.
If your original diploma has been lost or significantly damaged, you can request a replacement diploma by completing and submitting the Replacement Diploma Request form to the UCLA Registrar's Office with your payment of $75. Please make checks payable to UC Regents. Re-orders take approximately eight weeks to process. The replacement diploma will bear a reissue date and the signatures of the current officials of the state and University.
Email for Life
UCLA School of Law offers alumni email accounts for life on Gmail. Visit https://lawnet.ucla.edu to log in to your account. There you will also find basic instructions for using the system and configuring your account for your device(s) and/or email client.
Set up your account today
If you were not assigned an email account as a student and would like to set one up, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a request for a login ID and password. Please include your full name, class year and telephone number where you can be reached.
Forgot your password?
If you have an account but forgot your password, please email email@example.com with your full name, class year and telephone number. We will contact you to verify your information and send you a link to reset your password.