Legal Knights & Friends Alumni
The UCF Legal Knights & Friends Alumni Chapter focuses on engaging alumni and friends working and studying in the Central Florida legal community. The group seeks to provide networking and continuing legal education opportunities for working professionals, and is also a platform for current students to seek mentorship, fellowship and experience. Best of all, there are no membership dues!
All Knights are welcome to join us for social, career and community events throughout the year.
Getting involved is easy! Here's how:
- Update your contact information and share your news with fellow alumni.
- Use the social media links above to get connected.
- Find Knights in your neighborhood with the alumni directory.
- Do business with Knight-owned companies.
- Volunteer with the college and directly affect the lives and future careers of UCF students.
- Michael Mendez, '03 | Chair
- Kristyne Kennedy, '92 | Vice-Chair
- Michael T. Gibson, '03 | Immediate Past Chair
- Fatima Fahmy, '97 | Events Chair
- Monica Adkins | Barry University School of Law Student Representative
- Janelle Squire | FAMU University College of Law Student Representative
Wednesday, Oct. 29 | Ember (Downtown Orlando)
The UCF Legal Knights & Friends Alumni Chapter is proud to present its third annual Casino Knight, where you can spend an evening with members of the legal community playing blackjack, craps, roulette and poker. Registration includes unlimited glasses of a variety of fine wines, select craft draft beers and hors d'oeuvres. Proceeds benefit scholarships for students in pre-law programs. The cost is $50 for high rollers, $30 for alumni and friends, and $20 for students.
- 6 p.m. | Check in begins
- 6:30 p.m. | Games open
- 8:30 p.m. | Announcement of prizes
UCF Center for Justice and Ethics
The UCF Center for Justice and Ethics, featuring a ceremonial courtroom, will serve as a unique university and community resource that will be at the forefront of providing support for justice and ethics programs. UCF has launched a capital campaign to raise private funds totaling $3.5 million to cover the construction costs of this new facility and $1.5 million for the program endowment.