Five people standing outside of Beus Center for Law and Society during the Gold Society Annual Alumni Event

The GOLD Society

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The GOLD Society is an ASU Law alumni group dedicated to helping graduates of the last decade remain connected to the law school in a significant way after graduation.

The group is designed to help young alumnae stay engaged with ASU Law after they graduate and begin their philanthropic journey, as well as gain exclusive access to news and events.

Ways to get involved with GOLD Society

GOLD Society Events

Sign up for GOLD Society events and become a member.

GOLD Society offers a limited number of free registrations to conference events. If you are interested please contact Josephine Hanhe.

The following are past GOLD events: Ethics CLE – one (1) hour free, Networking Lunch with a local attorney, ASU football tailgate events (East Michigan, Washington Huskies, UCLA), GOLD networking event in Washington, D.C., Holiday Kick Off at Tombstone Brewery, free Zoo Lights tickets, Open Door at ASU and Spring into GOLD. 

Summer Networking Lunch Series 

This summer we will be offering networking opportunities exclusively to members of our GOLD Society.  Our recent graduates will have the opportunity to attend a lunch with a member of the local legal community who will be speaking to their personal career path and experiences.

If you would like to attend either of these lunches, please contact Jo Hahne at

Randy Nussbaum headshot

Wednesday, June 21, 2023
12 p.m., Beus Center for Law and Society, Aspey Watkins Diesel Seminar Room, Room 243

The first lunch opportunity will be held with Randy Nussbaum, attorney at Sacks Tierney P.A. For more than 40 years, Randy has assisted individuals and businesses with complex bankruptcy protection (debtor and creditor), transaction, and litigation matters. His practice areas include bankruptcy, civil litigations, and real estate and property.


Cassandra Ayres headshot

Wednesday, July 26, 2023
12 p.m.,  Beus Center for Law and Society, Aspey Watkins Diesel Seminar Room, Room 243

Our second networking lunch will be held with Cassandra Ayres, attorney at Berry Riddell. Cassandra’s practice focuses on zoning, land use and entitlements, real estate litigation and developments, and eminent domain and condemnation issues including constitutional issues and complex commercial litigation.

Join GOLD Society

How do I join the GOLD Society?

Join the GOLD Society by making a recurring monthly donation to ASU Law.

Monthly gifts of any amount add up quickly and make an incredible impact across ASU Law and our community. These gifts sustain and expand scholarships, support faculty and research, student organizations and grow our school’s innumerable, impactful programs.

Make your gift to the Law Annual Fund and join the GOLD Society today.

The first year of GOLD Society is free to all new members.

Join now

Please consider making a gift to ASU Law and the GOLD Society at one of the following levels:

Graduate status Suggested amount
Graduates 1 - 3 years out $10 per month
Graduates 4 - 6 years out $20 per month
Graduates 7 - 10 years out $30 per month