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Our alumni have a history of shared experiences and memories, understood by those who studied before them, those who studied with them and those who will soon join the alumni community.

As part of the University family, alumni can access a range of opportunities and benefits including lifelong learning, professional support and being part of a community to share and celebrate their achievements.

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Distinguished Alumni Awards

Recognising alumni who have significantly contributed to their communities and professions.?

2019 recipients

Class reunions

Class reunions are?a perfect opportunity to reconnect with old friends and professors, share stories and?make new contacts.


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Alumni news and events

Alumni news



Alumni in Focus: Jonathan Hall

Founder of Equality Lawyers and Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Laws graduate Natalie Wade is this month’s Alumni in Focus.



Alumni in Focus: Natalie Wade

Founder of Equality Lawyers and Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Laws graduate Natalie Wade is this month’s Alumni in Focus.



2019 OECD Forum: Erin Gear

Recently returning from Paris, Bachelor of Arts graduate and Global Voices Research Fellowship recipient Erin Gear reflects on her experience as the only South Australian youth delegate to the 2019 OECD Forum.



National Volunteer Week – Peggy's Story

Despite retiring as Friends of Urrbrae House Secretary in 2013, Peggy Rowe continued her connection with the University of Adelaide through dual volunteering roles at both Urrbrae House and the Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men’s Health.


Alumni events



Young Alumni Network Winter Warmer

Join the Young Alumni Network for an evening of wine tasting and matched canapés.



1989-1994 Bachelor of Dental Surgery Reunion

This reunion will be the perfect opportunity to catch-up with old friends over a sumptuous dinner at the beautiful National Wine Centre.?You will have the opportunity to meet professors and mentors from your time at the University.?



CPD Session: Board Responsibility for Corporate Culture

Please join me for the fourth John Bray Law Alumni Continuing Professional Development (CPD) session with guest speakers Mr Brendon Roberts QC, Mr John Keeves and Senior Lecturer Beth Nosworthy.
The past decade has seen a regulatory emphasis on ‘corporate culture’, particularly in the wake of the APRA review into the Commonwealth Bank of Australia and the Financial Services Royal Commission, affording it equal billing alongside corporate governance. This CPD session explores the definitional issues involved in ‘corporate culture’, the risk and exposure of the Board to responsibility for corporate culture, and the manner in which that manifests itself in D&O claims.



Young Alumni Networking Event - Beers and Burgers

Join the Young Alumni Committee for a casual catch up at UniBar. Every 3rd Thursday of the month, 6.00pm at UniBar.