Pitt Law Establishes The Amicus Society
The Law School is pleased to announce the launch of a new donor recognition society honoring alumni and friends who provide annual leadership gifts of $10,000 or more. These gifts will have a critical impact on the School’s ability to pursue its strategic initiatives, such as increasing student scholarships, expanding outreach to employers, and creating a loan repayment assistance program.
Each gift of $10,000 equals the earnings of a $250,000 endowed fund, and these gifts showcase the commitment of our donors to support the advancement of the School on an annual basis. In fact, a number of our alumni already have made gifts as founding members of The Amicus Society, and the School hopes that others will be inspired to become a part of this leadership society.
The Law School appreciates the support and commitment of the following founding members of The Amicus Society:
Chester & Mary Louise Babst, Ed Beachler, Jeff Blum, Robert Eberly, Jo Ann Haller & Dan McGrogan, Fred & Lynn Hill, Mr. & Mrs. Richard Fischer, Jeffrey Jochims, Gregory Jordan, James & Marlee Myers, Mark & Marilyn Nadeau, Norman & Alice Rubash, Richard & Ellen Kelson, and Rick & Heidi Zomnir.
Donors who make their gift anytime through the end of June 2009 will be deemed founding members of The Amicus Society. At that time, the Law School will recognize their support by recording the names of the founding members on a plaque to be placed in the Law School.
For more information, please contact Jui Joshi, Director of Development at 412-624-0083 or firstname.lastname@example.org