Oregon Law Investment Opportunities
Oregon Law is transforming legal education and providing students with the skills and knowledge needed to operate in today’s changing world. Each year, gifts to the Law Fund from alumni and friends provide invaluable support to the law school's budget. These funds help to sustain Oregon Law’s commitment to supporting our students, practical skills and clinical education, pioneering faculty teaching and research, and ongoing educational and operational programs. There are many ways in which to support Oregon Law.
The Lois and Ray Ackerman General Scholarship Fund
Lois I. Baker Scholarship Endowment Fund
Paul Beneke Legal Research and Writing Scholarship
The John Bonine-Svitlana Kravchenko Environmental Protection Scholarship (LL.M. or J.D.)
The Tom Foster Environmental Scholarship Fund
Alfred T. Goodwin Scholarship Fund
Law School Diversity Scholarship Endowment Fund
Lesbian/Gay Civil Rights Scholarship Fund
Kerry Adam Lewiecki Award (CRES or J.D.)
The Law School Student Groups Fund
The Nicole Richardson Outstanding Pro Bono Service Award
Appropriate Dispute Resolution Center
Center for Law & Entrepreneurship
Competition Not Conflict
Domestic Violence Clinic
Environmental and Natural Resources
Law Library Fund
Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics
You can make gifts via checks made payable to the UO Foundation. In the memo line include: University of Oregon School of Law. Mail your check to:
University of Oregon Foundation
1720 E. 13th Avenue, Suite 410
Eugene OR 97403-1905
In addition to the above giving opportunities, the School of Law has many other giving options. To make a gift, please call Jake Logan at 541-346-3865.
You can make gifts of stock or securities. For information regarding gifts of Mutual Funds, Bonds, or Closely-Held Stock, please contact the Compliance Department at 541-302-0288, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All gifts are invested with the University of Oregon Foundation, a private, non-profit corporation responsible for administering the gifts donated annually to the University of Oregon.