Concord Law School Alumni Resources
Your commitment to earning your law degree with Concord Law School will forever be recognized within our national network of alumni. You all share the common bond of having experienced the rigors and excitement of our distinctive law program, and we are proud of your accomplishment.
As you set forth to embark upon your new career, we want to continue to be part of your journey. If you’re looking to connect with fellow alumni, learn about new developments at the law school, attend alumni events, share new and exciting achievements, or seek career resources, you will find it all right here.
Take a Class—Single Course Offerings
Our nondegree-seeking (NDS) law course option allows students to register for individual law courses without being enrolled in a full Concord Law School degree program. NDS is a great option for alumni and those already in the legal field interested in taking a course. Alumni receive a $50 discount off the credit hour price of EJD courses. Visit our single course offerings page for more information or contact an Advisor at email@example.com to learn more.
Transcript and Diploma Request
The Center for Career Advancement
Purdue University Global’s Center for Career Advancement is available to all Concord Law School students and graduates. Please contact a Center for Career Advancement Advisor dedicated to Concord Law School students and alumni by emailing CareerServices@purdueglobal.edu.
Concord Law School Merchandise
Show your school pride! Gifts, merchandise, and clothing featuring the Concord Law School logo can be purchased at the Purdue University Global Student Store.
Our Alumni Directory is intended to help our alumni refer clients and create more business, ask questions about a practice area, or network and mentor other graduates. If you are interested in placing your information in this directory, please fill out this short survey. Please note that by entering your information into this survey, it will be made public on this site.
Volunteer as a Bar Preparation Mentor
JD alumni provide individual or group guidance for law school students preparing for the Bar Exam. This connection is possible regardless of where you live and is a wonderful way to give back to your law school. Please contact CLSAssociateDean@
purdueglobal.edu if you are interested in volunteering.
Volunteer as an Externship Supervisor
Through the Legal Education Experience Program (LEEP), Concord's externship program, students can gain real-world experience in a legal setting while fulfilling 2 credits of open electives. Contact CLSAssociatedean@
purdueglobal.edu for more information or if you or your supervisor are interested in working with a student extern.
Concord Law School hosts a myriad of special events including seminars, Dean’s chats, and California Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) opportunities. View our archive of events below. Please note: events that took place before April 2018 occurred when Concord Law School was part of Kaplan University.
With so many exciting developments, make sure your current information is on our mailing list.
If you are not receiving our latest news, please contact us at CLSAssociateDean@purdueglobal.edu to get added to the list.
- Graduation Ceremonies
To read Dean Martin Pritkin’s newsletters, as well as updates and news relevant to Concord Law School students and alumni, visit the Dean’s Column on our blog.
View past events, including Distinguished Speaker Series and Coffee with the Dean recordings.
We are proud of your accomplishments and we want the world to know it. Please stay in touch and keep us updated on all your great career achievements. We are always looking for news to profile in our newsletter and social media sites. Contact CLSAssociateDean@purdueglobal.edu with your latest accolades.
Being in law school helped with understanding the many aspects of our cases when they go to court. While at Concord, I was promoted into a supervisory role where I supervise a unit of CPS investigators.
Juris Doctor, 2017Read Zach's Story
- Coffee with the Dean
Distinguished Speaker Webinars
March 8, 2022: Health Law and Policy Today: A Congressman’s Perspective with Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi
June 29, 2021: Divisive Concepts, Targeted Speech, and Safe Spaces: The 1st Amendment in Schools Today with Civil Liberties Attorney Azhar Majeed
March 25, 2021: The Power of Black Women in the Law: Past, Present, and Future Perspectives with Attorneys Shekera Algarin, Alaysia Black Hackett, and Valencia Moon
June 19, 2020: The Battle to Recover Stolen Holocaust-Era Artwork with Mary-Christine Sungaila and Lawrence M. Kaye
May 1, 2020: The 19th Amendment at 100: A Journey Toward Women’s Equality with Lynn H. Yeakel
April 24, 2019: Freedom of Expression Online: The Internet, Social Media, and Algorithms with Chinmayi Arun and Cindy Cohn
September 19, 2019: Advocating for Special Needs Children with Civil Rights Attorney Areva Martin, Esq.
February 19, 2019: Immigration in American Today: Law vs. Politics with Hiroshi Motomura, JD
October 15, 2018: Future of Access to Justice With Former Dean of Harvard Law School Martha Minow
February 13, 2018: Wrongful Convictions of Juveniles With “Making a Murderer” Attorney Steven Drizin
October 17, 2017: Perspectives on the Supreme Court With Supreme Court Litigator Peter Stris
May 1, 2017: The Past, Present, and Future of Gun Rights: The 2nd and 14th Amendments