Honoring Your Impact

Honoring Your Impact

Although Skadden tax partner Hal Hicks ’85 has supported the Law School for more than 20 years, he wanted to do something extra special for his family and for the school. Hicks chose to endow a scholarship in his father’s name.

 
February 24, 2021

“When Dean Goluboff said that raising money for scholarships was a priority for the Law School, I wanted to do what I could to help with that effort,” said Louise Sams.

February 24, 2021

Twenty-four years ago Frederick “Rick” W. Beinecke and his wife, Candace, created an endowed scholarship to help out-of-state students with their tuition costs — and have seen their investment grow since.

August 31, 2020

Tiffany Graves ’06 agreed to become the new National Appeals Chair for the Law School Foundation long before anyone could have anticipated the challenges that COVID-19 would present for the annual giving campaign and the life of the Law School in general.

August 25, 2020
Honor Named for First Black Alumna, NAACP LDF Leader

The University of Virginia School of Law has instituted the Elaine R. Jones ’70 Scholarship, named in honor of school’s first Black alumna. Genesis Moore ’23 is the inaugural recipient.

August 6, 2020
Kennedy, Buc Professorships Support Rule of Law, Democratic Ideals

Professor Naomi Cahn, who joined the University of Virginia School of Law faculty this fall, has been named to two new professorships promoting the rule of law and democratic ideals.