Law Fellows


The Law Fellows is a community of alumni and friends who, through annual giving, demonstrate extraordinary commitment to the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. Law Fellows are a key source of support that impacts virtually everything at the law school including the school's annual operating budget, funding numerous activities and programs. Law Fellows advances the law school's mission to attract the best students, provide programs of distinction, support faculty achievements, and strengthen its local and national reputation.

How to Become a Law Fellow 

  • Law Fellows comprise the School of Law's key donors of annual support of $1,000+.
  • Young Alumni Law Fellows are the School of Law's key annual donors who have graduated in the past ten years and who have made annual gifts of $500+

Member Benefits 

  • Invitation to the annual Law Fellows Celebration
  • Free admission to Pitt Law CLEs
  • Exclusive Pitt Law swag
  • Recognition in the University's Chancellor's Circle Honor Roll, invitation to the annual Chancellor's Circle celebration event, and all Chancellor's Circle communications
  • Opportunity to share a personal experience to inspire others

Make Your Gift 

Please note that matching gifts can count towards Law Fellows giving. Your gift may be tax deductible. Please check with your tax advisor.