Mission Statement

It is the intent of the Board of Directors of the WSUAA to provide leadership to WSU alumni in the following ways:

TO PROMOTE and foster the practice of law by assisting the community whenever possible;

TO ACT in a manner consistent with our oath to the State of California and the Constitution of the United States;

TO PROVIDE to our membership opportunities for learning and continued education through interaction with fellow alumni and regularly scheduled MCLE classes;

TO OFFER regularly scheduled social events to allow our members to share in the joy of living and to provide networking opportunities;

TO MAKE AVAILABLE to our members, when possible, the benefits of group purchasing; and,

TO MAINTAIN the benefits of membership by providing timely shared information through regularly distributed newsletters and a current web site.

Please join the Board of Directors in achieving these goals so the WSUAA can, in our own way, make the world a better place for ourselves and others. The WSUAA Motto, “Preserving past relationships for future success” includes personal as well as professional success.

Latest News

The Winning Scholarship Essays

A Refugee from Vietnam and a Former President of the Watts Area: The Winning Scholarship Essays The WSUAA Board of Directors was pleased to present two deserving people each with a $500 scholarship for use in their law school education…

April 21, 2018

2018 Annual Dinner at Summit House

Honors and Interesting Speakers Highlight 2018 Annual Dinner at Summit House For those of you who weren’t able to attend the Annual Dinner on 5/12/05 at the Summit House in Fullerton, you missed good food, great speakers and a chance to catch up with colleagues during cocktail hour and dinner…

March 28, 2018

Too Busy Or The Freedom To Be Busy?

It’s Wednesday, I have only been to Court once this week. I have actually been able to spend some time doing something besides work, a thing or two for myself. “What am I doing wrong?” I ask myself. I should be busy; I should be at court; I should be at my desk…

March 3, 2018