AFLSE Summer Events across the USA



A range of events has been organized for alumni in Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, and Washington, DC (see below). Gather at the seashore with Philadelphia alumni; discuss the Law and Counterterrorism in Washington, DC; celebrate the 80th Birthday of Queen Elizabeth II in Denver; join a discussion in Los Angeles with one of Michael Jackson's defence attorneys; picnic in Central Park while listening to the New York Philharmonic, and view The Tempest in Houston (see below).

There are also regular Happy Hours in New York, Houston, San Francisco, and Washington, and our hard-working chapter leaders are beginning to organize Bon Voyage parties for new students to meet alumni/ae who will share their experiences of studying in London, and network with others en route to follow the same adventure. Sign up online for the Washington, DC party on July 22, and plan to attend the Houston event on August 21.

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Philadelphia: Seashore Gathering
Sunday, 05/28/06 at 1:30pm
It's a first! The AFLSE Philadelphia chapter goes to the seashore (well, some of you have been there before)....


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New York City: LSE Seven O'clock Club
Monday, 06/5/06 at 7:00pm
Come join us for our monthly networking mixer!

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Washington, DC: LSE Discussion
Thursday, 06/15/06 at 6:30pm
You are cordially invited to a conference on The Law and Counterterrorism


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Denver: 80th Birthday Celebration for Elizabeth II
Friday, 06/16/06 at 6:30pm
This event will be hosted by the British American Business Council (BABC).


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Houston: LSE Alumni Mixer
Monday, 06/26/06 at 6:00pm
Meet old LSE grads, new members and future students in an authentic British pub environment.


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Los Angeles: Discussion with Attorney Thomas Mesereau
Thursday, 09/28/06 at 6:00pm
LSE alum Tom Mesereau also happened to be the defense counsel for Michael Jackson.


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New York City: LSE, the New York Philharmonic & Central Park
Tuesday, 07/18/06 at 7:00pm
Come join us for our annual picnic under the stars with the NY Philharmonic in Central Park!

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Washington, DC: Bon Voyage Afternoon for New LSE Students
Saturday, 07/22/06 at 4:00pm
All bachelor's, master's, Ph.D., and general course students and their parents are welcome, and of course LSE alumni and friends are duly encouraged to attend.


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Houston: Shakespeare Event
Saturday, 07/29/06 at 6:30pm
Join us for a special LSE Alumni Shakespeare Event presenting THE TEMPEST at Miller Outdoor Theater, Houston, Texas.


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Houston: LSE Alumni Mixer
Monday, 03/5/07 at 6:00pm

Meet old friends, LSE grads, and new members in an authentic British pub environment.

All are cordially welcome!


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