Giving to Virginia Law
  • BLSA in Uganda

    YOUR GIFTS IN ACTION

    Members of the Black Law Students Association took a service trip to Uganda to build a continuing education platform for judges, attorneys and professionals there.
  • Entrepreneurial Law Clinic members

    YOUR GIFTS IN ACTION

    The Entrepreneurial Law Clinic, part of the John W. Glynn, Jr. Law & Business Program, allows students to act as general counsel for startups.
  • Washington, D.C. externships

    YOUR GIFTS IN ACTION

    UVA Law's externships program allows students to earn credit while working for nonprofit or government employers.
  • Karsh Center

    YOUR GIFTS IN ACTION

    The new Karsh Student Services Center offers a welcome space for visitors and features a redesigned office for Career Services.
  • HRSP members

    YOUR GIFTS IN ACTION

    Several UVA Law students recently traveled to Myanmar to examine human rights issues as Cowan Fellows.
  • Professor Michael Livermore and Jon Ashley

    YOUR GIFTS IN ACTION

    Professor Michael Livermore, librarian Jon Ashley and Dartmouth researchers recently conducted a quantitative analysis of U.S. Supreme Court opinions.
  • Professor Michael Livermore and Jon Ashley

    YOUR GIFTS IN ACTION

    Students and Professor Deirdre Enright of the Innocence Project at the UVA School of Law have contributed to the hit podcast "Serial."
  • Consumer Law Clinic student Amber Roberts and the Terrell family

    YOUR GIFTS IN ACTION

    Amber Roberts '15 (second from right) helped save the Terrell family's home through her efforts with the Consumer Law Clinic.
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LEGACY GIFTS

Legacy Gifts Your trust, estate, or other planned gift strategy can turn your assets into an enduring legacy of support for the Law School, and in many cases offers you significant tax and other advantages.
Annual Report

2013-14
ANNUAL REPORT

9,172 alumni made a gift to the Law School's annual giving campaign

$8.78 million was raised in annual giving and all gifts totaled $17.3 million

54.4% of living alumni gave, 86% of the Class of 2014 pledged to give, and 16 classes exceeded a 60% participation rate