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 Eric Stoddard.

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

2015 Reunion Class Gifts


Results as of 11/16/15

Class/Reunion

Solicitable Base

Donors

Participation

Amount

Class of 1955 60th Reunion 69 69 100% $860,048
Class of 1960 55th Reunion 109 80 73% $1,390,101
Class of 1965 50th Reunion 138 111 80% $2,152,230
Class of 1970 45th Reunion 124 74 60% $284,571
Class of 1975 40th Reunion 142 82 58% $434,353
Class of 1980 35th Reunion 167 90 54% $633,077
Class of 1985 30th Reunion 169 97 57% $1,000,221
Class of 1990 25th Reunion 181 111 61% $2,586,100*
Class of 1995 20th Reunion 202 97 48% $279,329
Class of 2000 15th Reunion 199 87 44% $246,910
Class of 2005 10th Reunion 198 83 42% $38,121
Class of 2010 5th Reunion 196 104 53% $20,337
TOTAL 1,894 1,085 57% $9,925,398