The USF School of Law has a 100-year-old tradition of educating skilled, ethical, engaged legal professionals. Giving to USF is an investment in the next generation of lawyers and in the rule of law with justice.
The support of alumni and friends allows us to strengthen our foundation. We are committed to expanding our reputation, building on the strength of alumni and faculty, to propel our school into the future.
Your gift will help us offer additional scholarships to ensure that a USF School of Law education is accessible to the most promising of students, maximize co-curricular opportunities, and attract world-class faculty.
Legal education and the law are by nature constantly evolving. Support from alumni and friends is critical as we endeavor to remain at the forefront of this ever-changing landscape.
Ways to Give
There are many ways that you can make a gift in support of the USF School of Law. From simply writing a check for your annual gift to including USF in your estate plan, each and every gift makes a difference.
The Law Assembly is the foundation of financial support for the USF School of Law. Law Assembly contributions bolster student and alumni services and programs, and help to advance the stature of the law school.
These gifts offer benefits ranging from life income to estate planning and income tax reduction.
Each year the graduating class, led by the Graduation Committee, comes together to continue a tradition of philanthropy at the USF School of Law. Graduating 3Ls and 4Ls create a legacy for their class and help future students for years to come.
The key here is that I feel like I’m contributing more than just money to the law school. Given my background in business and with a history as a partner at a major firm, I can offer feedback that might be useful to the dean.