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Law School alumni mingle in the crowded ballroom of the Plaza Hotel, bathed in violet light and surrounded by golden balloons in the shape of their class years.

Relive Reunion Weekend 2018

Record-Setting Reunion Hits High Points for Donations and Attendance

The gathering of the classes ending in 3s and 8s was a blockbuster celebration. More than 1,300 alumni and guests from 30 countries came together on June 8–10, 2018 for panel discussions, tours, festive meals, a dance party, and a farewell family brunch at Reunion 2018.

2018 Reunion Highlights

<2018 Reunion highlights 

Panels and Discussions

Insider Trading and Cybersecurity Breaches
Social Movements and Corporate Bankruptcy
A Conversation with Dean Lester and Antony J. Blinken '88


More than $12 million was raised, surpassing these classes’ last reunion giving by 33 percent.

The Class of 1983 donated $5.1 million—the most ever raised by any reunion class in the history of Columbia Law School.

The Classes of 2013, 2003, 1988, and 1958 set attendance records for the 5th, 15th, 30th, and 60th anniversary years.

The Class of 1968, celebrating its 50th Reunion, had the highest percentage of donors.

Make a Pledge or Gift

Support Columbia Law School together as a class.  All gifts toward the Reunion Class Gift also count towards the campaign goal.