Friday, April 25, 2014

2014 LGBT Alumni Reception

The UC Hastings 2014 LGBT Alumni Reception on April 8 was a huge success! Thank you to all who attended; such a unified group. Great talk, Beth Hillman! You are an inspiration!

Thank you, Nossaman, for hosting a beautiful and meaningful affair. A very special shout out goes to our alumni there and to the leader of Nossaman's LGBT Affinity Group, Partner Janice Mock. Great job!

Photos from the reception are now up on flickr! Enjoy!
 

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