Give to UO Law

Student Kourtney Brown talking with professor Eric Priest

Give to Oregon Law

Why Give?

You have a place in the story of Oregon Law.

The law students of today will become the leaders, lawyers, and advocates of our future who will ensure the integrity of our laws, help people to innovate and thrive, protect our communities, and advance social, economic, and environmental justice. Your belief in academic excellence and access to legal education inspires our faculty and students to change the world for the better.

You can make a lasting impact with your giving.

Jeffrey Beaver and Ashley Hamilton

Impactful Giving:

The Jeffrey A. Beaver Law Student Scholarship endowment will help provide financial assistance to students from underrepresented populations and economically disadvantaged backgrounds.

“This scholarship is my way to tell [students of color] that I believe in them and that they do belong.” 
– Jeffrey Beaver

“The law interests me because it is the foundation for social interaction and, through that, positive social change. Receiving a scholarship is a relief and motivation to keep my energy focused on my legal studies.” 
– Ashley Hamilton, inaugural recipient of the Jeffrey A. Beaver Law Student Scholarship

Choose Where Your Gift Drives Change

 

 

Support the dean’s strategic priorities for the law school.

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Invest in our students by directly supporting them with much-needed financial aid.

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Help us create a more diverse, inclusive, and welcoming community for all students.

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This fund provides unrestricted support that directly and immediately benefits law students.
 

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OLSPIF provides students with summer stipends to work for nonprofit organizations that cannot otherwise afford to pay for legal assistance.

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Our LRAP program enables new graduates to pursue public interest legal positions by alleviating some of the stress of student debt.

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If you would like to designate your gift for another purpose or an endowment not listed, please contact Jessica Merkner, Director of Development. There are a number of methods through which you can donate to Oregon Law.
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Ways to Give

Ron and Linda Greenman in front of the back courtyard of the Knight Law Center
Business Law program boosted by $1 million gift

Ron, JD ’74, and Linda Greenman have helped ensure future generations will have opportunities to pursue careers in business law. Thanks in part to a $1 million commitment, our expanding UO program can continue to make remarkable strides.

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University of Oregon Campaign – Law School

Goal achieved! A Decade of Generosity
(2011-2021)


$27.3 Million
Amount raised
4,226
donors

 

$25 Million
goal
10,637
gifts

See more of the great things being accomplished at Oregon Law in our new Dean's Report.

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DAC - Dean's Advisory Council
Dean's Advisory Council

Dean’s Advisory Council (DAC) members assist the law school in promoting a commitment to excellence in education, advocating for the law school within the profession and the community, and supporting the law school’s philanthropic efforts.

Meet the Members

Oregon Law Alumni and Friends Fall Celebration

Celebrate our notable alumni at the Oregon Law Awards, attend the O'Connell Conference, and catch a Duck's game at Autzen, among many other fabulous events. 

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Giving News

Thanks in part to a $1 million commitment from Ron and Linda Greenman, future generations will have similar opportunities to pursue careers in business law, an expanding UO program that’s making remarkable strides.“We’re very grateful for this generous gift,” says Marcilynn A. Burke, dean of the law school and Dave Frohnmayer Chair in Leadership and Law.
Worthington Gift
A recent $100,000 gift from a Bend brewery owner will allow the UO School of Law to pursue groundbreaking work through its highly ranked Environmental and Natural Resources Center.
Knight Law Center
The University of Oregon School of Law’s annual Fall Celebration for alumni and friends is back this year after last year’s event was held remotely to help keep our community healthy and safe. This year’s four-day celebration is packed full using a blend of virtual and in-person events.

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Left to right: Echo M, Jessica M, and Rachel K from development standing the the law school courtyard
Meet Your Law School Development Team