The legal landscape is constantly evolving, and, as a result, the terrain is often uncharted and challenging. Legal education, in and of itself, has transformed into a dynamic, multidisciplinary practice, requiring incisive knowledge across the legal disciplines, the sharpest of analytical minds, and optimum problem-solving skills.
In order to remain at the forefront of this ever-changing landscape, your support is more important than ever. The index below outlines the many opportunities
- to attract and develop the best and brightest students
- to retain and attract faculty of national renown
- to enhance existing programs such as the certificate and clinic programs
- to develop innovative new programs for the next generation of law students
- to be a pioneer of technological advances in the classroom
- for capital improvements
Support Students' Professional Development
Help current students or recent Pitt Law graduates develop essential lawyering skills.
Make a Gift Online
To contribute online directly to the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, please visit PittGiving and complete the donation form. Your contribution is deeply appreciated and directly impacts students, scholarship and the institution.
Ways to Give
There are a variety of ways alumni and friends can support the Pitt School of Law. View a sampling of examples which may suit your particular interest. Members of the Law School Development Office are happy to assist with additional information and specific details.
The Law School's Annual Fund helps support the School's mission to attract the best students, provide programs of distinction, support faculty achievements and strengthen the School's local and national reputation. Several leadership giving levels have been established to recognize alumni and friends of Pitt Law for their annual support.
Charitable Giving Funds
Your generous support of our programs enables us to ensure that we continue to provide top legal education to our students as well as deeply engage with and contribute to our community and society on the important issues of today. We are truly grateful for your help.