The JD/MBA Society* seeks to facilitate, improve and strengthen the experience, profile, and alumni network of the dual JD/MBA program of the Darden Graduate School of Business and the University of Virginia School of Law. We seek to do this through building connections among JD/MBA students and between JD/MBA students and faculty, businesses, law firms and the Charlottesville community.
All students enrolled in the JD/MBA program at the University of Virginia are automatically members of the JD/MBA Society. We also welcome students who have previously obtained either their JD or MBA at any university and who are now enrolled at either Darden or the University of Virginia School of Law to obtain the second degree, or those who are currently enrolled at Darden or the Law School and are applying to the dual degree program. Other individuals not pursuing both degrees but who are interested in issues at the intersection of law and business are encouraged to contact us to learn more about our community events and our relationships with other organizations on grounds.
For more information about upcoming events, please contact us in order to be added to our mailing list. Our 2012-2013 events calendar has not yet been finalized.
Prior events have included the following:
Networking Happy Hour
Homecoming Tailgate with JD/MBA Alumni
Monthly Luncheon Series
Alumni Panel on Careers at the Intersection of Law & Business
Information Session on Applying to Darden as a 1L
Course Selection Workshop
President, Daniel Guarnera
Vice President, Ali Fuster
Treasurer, Billy Duval
Secretary, Andrew Green
The JD/MBA Society advisor is Dick Crawford.
Those interested in pursuing the dual degree may also consider contacting the following JD/MBA academic advisors at each school:
*Although this organization has members who are University of Virginia students and may have University employees associated or engaged in its activities and affairs, the organization is not a part of or an agency of the University. It is a separate and independent organization which is responsible for and manages its own activities and affairs. The University does not direct, supervise or control the organization and is not responsible for the organization’s contracts, acts or omissions.