Motivations for supporting Yale Law School are varied and personal.

Some people see the School as a vehicle for perpetuating values and ideals and making a difference in the world because of what our students accomplish.

Others value what they themselves received from their predecessors and hope to pass it along.

For some, investing in the School is an investment in the teaching, research and intellectual influence of the exceptional faculty.

Whatever your interests and concerns, the Development Office has created a menu of opportunities that can be used to match them with the priorities and needs of the Law School.

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If I had to identify the two things which taken in combination make Yale Law School such a special place, it would have to be the school’s longstanding commitment to intellectualism, and its equally long-lived and deep-seated commitment to public service.”


Anthony Kronman

Class of 1975, Sterling Professor of Law and Former Dean