For centuries, the University of Oxford has produced some of the most influential and respected professionals in law and business.

As well as having a specific MLF alumni network, MLF graduates will be alumni of both the Faculty of Law and the Saïd Business School, and as such will be part of one of the most extraordinarily successful alumni networks in the world.

MLF alumni

(c) John Cairns

The growing number of MLF alumni scattered all around the world are an invaluable resources for MLF students and alumni. An annual MLF alumni reunion is held in London in March each year, with plans to run smaller alumni events around the world, as well as holding webinars to update alumni on relevant law and finance issues.

Alumni are very involved in the MLF programme and are able to participate in the alumni mentoring scheme, to help incoming MLF students, and to attend law and finance seminars and events.

Law Faculty

Oxford graduates are represented in almost every large law firm and barristers’ chambers, not to mention judiciary and government, in the world.

The Law Faculty has international law alumni events with increasing frequency. Recent gathering have taken place in Australia, India, China, Canada and the USA, with evolving advisory groups emerging to assist in professional outreach and networking.

We encourage students to get involved with alumni activities during their time at Oxford and to become alumni representatives after they leave.

Saïd Business School: Oxford Business Alumni (OBA)

The OBA network has regional groups in dozens of countries, with major networking activities taking place around the world each year. OBA members can access the alumni search directory, an invaluable networking tool, as well as attend regular seminars, lectures and other events.

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Annapoorna Jayaseelan

MLF 2011-2012
Lead Transaction Lawyer, LeapFrog Investments

I am working [for] a global impact investment fund that invests in companies which provide insurance and related financial services to low-income and under-served consumers in Asia and Africa.

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Mariah Samost

MLF Student 2012

Mariah has been applying the legal and financial knowledge she gained during her studies to help companies develop technologies that enhance the way legal services are delivered.

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