The HCLA is an association of legal professionals who strive to live according to the highest intellectual and ethical standards and to apply this commitment to excellence in service to others and in service of justice.
All Holy Cross graduates practicing law, serving as jurists, teaching law, in law school, or who are otherwise employed in a position involving the law are members of HCLA. Current Holy Cross students with an interest in the law are welcome to attend any meetings and various activities of the HCLA. All meetings of the HCLA are open to other members of the Holy Cross community. Current Holy Cross students with an interest in the law are welcome to attend any and all general meetings of the HCLA.
- Sign up to receive notices about HCLA news and events
- Refer business to fellow alumni through the HCLA Listserv. Send an email to sign up for the HCLA Google Group (listserv)
- Search for fellow HCLA members in the Career Advisor Directory or the Alumni Online Community. Search 'Holy Cross Lawyers Association' under the 'Career Networks' category.
- Join the Holy Cross Lawyers Association LinkedIn group>>
- Volunteer to serve as a judge with the Holy Cross Trial Teams >>
HCLA Lifetime Achievement Award
The award is presented by the HCLA to a Holy Cross alumnus/alumna or faculty member whose contributions to the legal profession for an extended period of time have been truly exemplary as recognized by peers and/or the general public. The awardee will have made a positive impact on the administration of justice and demonstrated loyalty to Holy Cross.
- Nomination deadline is October 1, 2019
- Award recipients will be announced at Fall Homecoming on October 19, 2019
- Award will be bestowed at Winter Homecoming in Winter 2020
Nominations are closed for the 2019-2020 academic year.
The Holy Cross Lawyers Association (HCLA) is founded on the philosophical and educational traditions of the Jesuit liberal arts education provided to all graduates of Holy Cross. The HCLA comprises a unique community of attorneys who demand excellence in thought, character and deeds. The HCLA provides an intellectual and ethical forum to address challenges facing attorneys, provides a referral network in support of this community, fosters professional development, develops career opportunities for graduates of Holy Cross, and provides opportunities for continuing legal education. The HCLA is a non-profit and non-partisan association organized as an career affinity network within the Holy Cross Office of Alumni Relations.
HCLA is governed by a board and various committees that work to carry out the mission of the organization. All HCLA members are welcome to and encouraged to participate in committee work; it is a great way to connect with fellow alumni and help advance the work of HCLA.
Julia Amrhein '09- New York, NY
Christopher Burke '93- New York, NY
Kristin Burke '85- New York, NY
Brian Cafferty '87- Wakefield, MA
Thomas Claro '96- New York, NY
Patrick Comerford '93- Boston, MA
Alex Crispo '86- Short Hills, NJ
Stephen Dwyer '70- Metaire, LA
Michelle Gardner '98- Boston, MA
Kristen Gudewicz- New York, NY
Jared Hasten '05- Chicago, IL
Andrea Marino Landry '02- Boston, MA
Brian Landy '75- New York, NY
Bryan LeBlanc '99- Quincy, MA
Nicole Colby Longton '00- Worcester, MA
John Loughnane '87- Boston, MA
Nicole Loughlin '06- Cambridge, MA
Robert Marasco '97- San Diego, CA
Paul May '75- New York, NY
Joe Metzger '85- Tampa, FL
Olga Pina '85- Tampa, FL
Luciano Racco '04- New York, NY
Lawrence Rutkowski '75- New York, NY
Patrick Sheehan '93- Boston, MA
Christopher Sullivan '71- Boston, MA
Maribeth Walsh '83- New York, NY
Contact Alumni Career Development at email@example.com or 508-793-2418.