Board of Visitors (BOV)
The Board of Visitors was created by a resolution adopted in November 1964 by the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia. The BOV serves as a consultive and advisory body about the affairs of the School of Law to the regents, the president of the University of Georgia, and the dean and faculty of the School of Law.


Law School Alumni Council (LSAC)
The Law School Alumni Council was formally established on December 14, 1951, when the alumni adopted a constitution and by-laws during the midwinter meeting of the Georgia Bar Association. The purposes of the LSAA are to foster a permanent affiliation and fellowship among all lawyers who attended the University of Georgia or its School of Law; to promote the interests of the University of Georgia School of Law and the cause of legal education; and to strive for the improvement of the administration of justice.

Young Alumni/Alumnae Committee (YAAC)
The primary purpose of the Young Alumni/Alumnae Council of the School of Law of the University of Georgia is to communicate the interests of alumni/alumnae and friends of the law school to the Dean and staff, to represent the law school in the greater community and to build the institution through leadership support. 

The Law School Alumni Association's Distinguished Service Scroll Award: Since 1955, the Law School Alumni Association's Distinguished Service Scroll Award has recognized graduates for their distinguished reputation, exemplary service to the legal profession, and outstanding public service.

Starting in 2016, the Young Alumni/Alumnae of Excellence Award was established for an outstanding young graduate (within the last ten years). The award recognizes those who give gifts of time or talent, whether to the law school community or the community at large.
To nominate a young graduate for the award, visit the nomination form