The BYU Law School Alumni Association and the Law Society are also committed to fostering lasting relationships with law students. Partnering with the BYU Law School, alumni and Law Society members donate their time to enhance the students' educations and to facilitate preparations for employment by judging the moot court competition, presenting at brown bag lectures, providing externships, and participating in CSO programs such as the following:
Mentoring Program: each first-year law student is assigned a local legal professional who mentors that student during their first year, offering mock interviews, resume review, and general advice.
Advising Network: students have access to a database of over 2,500 legal professionals who have volunteered to be a resource to law students. Professionals are listed by practice area as well as geographic location.
Mock-interview Fair: students may participate in the annual mock-interview fair and receive critiques from participating legal professionals.
Lawyers @ Lunch: six students have the opportunity to attend a lunch with each participating alumni or Law Society member who comes to campus for this program.
Career Lecture Series: alumni and Law Society members present in the Professional Development Lectures Series, providing students with insight to both government and private sector areas of law.