Reunion class gifts account for a significant portion of the revenue of the Law School Fund each year and provide essential current use support as well as new gifts to the Law School endowment. Class volunteers, working with the Law School Development Office and under the leadership of a volunteer chair, ask a select group of classmates to consider significant contributions above and beyond ongoing gifts to the Law School Fund. Multi-year pledges, capital gifts, planned gifts, and bequest intentions can also be part of the reunion gift.

To find out more about becoming a class reunion giving volunteer, please contact the Development Office.

If you would like to make an online multi-year gift intention in honor of your Reunion, please visit the Reunion Gift page.

Reunion Gift Intention Form

2016 Reunion Class Gifts


Reunion 2016 Gift Campaign Results

Class/Reunion

Solicitable Base

Donors

Participation

Amount

Class of 1956 60th Reunion 66 27 43% $66,375
Class of 1961 55th Reunion 118 65 55% $757,086
Class of 1966 50th Reunion 138 100 72% $5,791,155
Class of 1971 45th Reunion 161 83 52% $327,657
Class of 1976 40th Reunion 164 102 62% $636,811
Class of 1981 35th Reunion 163 84 52% $374,111
Class of 1986 30th Reunion 153 75 49% $403,925
Class of 1991 25th Reunion 182 98 54% $683,360
Class of 1996 20th Reunion 173 85 49% $476,022
Class of 2001 15th Reunion 195 60 31% $81,141
Class of 2006 10th Reunion 199 130 65% $74,530
Class of 2011 5th Reunion 191 71 38% $19,910
TOTAL 1,900 983 52% $9,692,083