Honoring Your Impact

Honoring Your Impact

Earlier this year, Kate Barrington McGregor ’14 became the youngest alumnus to fund an unrestricted endowment at the Law School by creating the Barrington McGregor Unrestricted Endowment together with her husband, Cody McGregor, and the Barrington Family Foundation.

 
June 29, 2022

The Elaine R. Jones ’70 Scholarship, named in honor of the Law School’s first Black alumna, was established on the occasion of Jones’ 50th reunion. The Law School has raised more than $1,000,000 for the scholarship fund since its launch two years ago.

June 29, 2022

By most measures, Brian Leung ’08 is still a young man, but when he began to consider his estate, he wanted to remember the Law School with a planned gift, also known as a legacy gift. He is one of the youngest alums to declare that he intends to leave the Law School such a gift.

June 29, 2022

Longtime benefactors John W. Glynn Jr. ’65 and Barbara A. Glynn (GSAS ’67) again demonstrated their dedication to the University of Virginia and their ongoing commitment to strengthen key areas with recent gifts creating endowed professorships for faculty.

June 29, 2022

Members of the Dean’s Council are the Law School’s leading contributors of private support. Donors are recognized as associate and life members as their giving meets certain criteria.

December 8, 2021

Ted ’92 and Keryn Mathas had been thinking about what they could do for the Law School for quite some time.