President's Message

A MESSAGE FROM Honorable Janet Protasiewicz, L'88

I am honored and humbled to serve as President of the Marquette Law Alumni Association Board. I had no idea what the future would bring when I entered Sensenbrenner Hall in 1985. Yet, looking back, I could not be more pleased with my decision to study law at Marquette. Since graduation, I have maintained my ties with the Law School and have developed friendships and connections that have endured through the years. I urge all of my fellow alumni to continue your relationship with the Law School. If you have not had the opportunity to get involved, please take a look at the numerous opportunities that are available to you. The Law School will offer you the opportunity to learn, engage in the community, and to network with the Law School family.

You are encouraged to visit this website. In doing so, you can continue your relationship with the Law School while connecting with other Marquette lawyers. As you browse the website, you will see ample opportunities to stay informed about activities and events, learn what’s new with your former classmates, continue your professional development through quality CLE programming, and join others working with the underrepresented confronted with legal challenges. Consider joining us at the Law School Alumni Awards ceremony traditionally held in late April, an Advent or Lenten reflection, or an alumni reception preceding one of the Marquette Men’s basketball games.

Please join the Marquette University Law Group on LinkedIn or become a Facebook Friend of Marquette University Law School. You can also find the Law School on Twitter @mulaw.

We also want to stay updated about what you are doing! Share your recent professional and family news through the Alumni Class Note Form.

If you have any questions about programming or opportunities to connect with the Law School, please contact Christine Wilczynski-Vogel at

I look forward to serving you this year and I welcome your suggestions for making your alumni association even better.

Honorable Janet Protasiewicz
Class of 1988

P.S. Take a minute to enjoy a stroll through Eckstein Hall.