We are pleased to announce the launching of new features on the website, accessible only to paid up AFLSE Members. Visit to explore these new features:

1. MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY: In response to numerous requests, this online version will contain the most recent information that alumni have provided to the AFLSE. In order to ensure that information is accurate and that you control what is available to other members, IT IS VERY IMPORTANT that you review YOUR OWN data on-line. In order to do this, please follow the following steps:

LOGIN to the website
Click on MY ACCOUNT (next to the LOGIN prompt in the top right corner of the HOME page).
Click on My Profile, then Edit Profile
You may then review, edit and hide/unhide your personal data to determine what is available to other AFLSE members.


2. Click on MEMBERSHIP to view the new drop-down menu. Members may now download discount subscription forms for the Economist, Foreign Policy and the Financial Times. You can also sign up for the LSE Foundation affinity credit card, the proceeds of which benefit the AFLSE .

We are working on additional membership benefits that we anticipate bringing online during the coming months.


Our Chapters continue to generate an exciting program of Events across the country (see below):

The Washington, DC Chapter is co-sponsoring an important program on the topic of Energy and Climate Change on September 27, featuring alumnus Scott Barrett, Professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.

The Boston Chapter is co-sponsoring the British and Irish Universities Ball on September 23

The panel on Hedge Funds, featuring Sir Howard Davies and Paul Volcker takes place on September 20

In addition there is a range of happy hours and other activities across the US, and LSE Director, Sir Howard Davies will be guest of honor at a Chicago Reception on October 6th.

LOGIN to to explore these and other events and to review the new membership benefits.

LSE Panel Discussion in New York City
Tuesday, 09/20/05 at 6:00pm
Highwaymen or Heroes: Should Hedge Funds be Regulated?

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Boston: British and Irish Universities Alumni Ball
Friday, 09/23/05 at 6:00pm

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Washington, DC: Joint LSE-SAIS Policy Discussion
Tuesday, 09/27/05 at 7:00pm

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