The Law Legacy Society

The Law Legacy Society

Planned gifts, through a will, living trust, retirement plan, life insurance, charitable gift annuity, or charitable trust, are among the most powerful gifts received by the Law School and provide important financial support for future students and faculty. If you have provided a planned gift, we hope you will choose to be a member of the Law Legacy Society.

Members of the Law Legacy Society are recognized in the Law School Foundation's Annual Report. Your name in the Annual Report inspires others to follow your example, but we respect those who wish to remain anonymous.

If you prefer anonymity, please let us know of your plans on a confidential basis so that we may more properly plan for the future and honor your wishes for your legacy. Please note that letting us know of your current plans does not obligate you, your estate, or your heirs in any way.

How to Join

To be a member of the Law Legacy Society, you need only notify us that you have arranged any one of the following gifts to benefit the Law School Foundation:

Qualifying gifts may be revocable or irrevocable, for any amount, and for either restricted use (such as financial aid) or unrestricted use. 

If you have already included the Law School Foundation in a bequest or other planned gift, we hope you will let us know by filling out a non-binding Statement of Intent to Provide Future Support.

For More Information

If you have questions or would like more information about the Law Legacy Society or recognition in the Law School Foundation's Annual Report, please contact:

Jason Wu Trujillo '01
Chief Development Officer
UVA Law School Foundation
580 Massie Road
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903-1738
(434) 924-4154 or (877) 307-0158

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