Charitable Giving Funds

Scholarship Fund in Law

Academic scholarships are provided for students through donations to the Scholarship Fund in Law. Last year, 301 law students, which is 79 percent of our student body, depended on $9M in scholarship support.

Law Fellows Scholarship Fund 

Donors who contribute at the Law Fellows level, an annual minimum of $1,000, become members of this select giving society.  The generosity of these donors helps to provide funding for Pitt Law’s 56 scholarships, over 40 percent of which are donor-funded.

Law School Public Interest Support 

The newly created Public Interest Fund supports student summer fellowships for those students aspiring to pursue a career in the Public Interest field.

Brian Cuban (JD ’86) Law Student Wellness Fund 

Started by Brian Cuban, (JD ’86), the Wellness Fund supports the advancement of students' mental and physical health during Law School, and prepares them for wellness in the legal profession.

Unrestricted Support 

The Unrestricted Fund supports general needs of the Law School.  It provides the school with the means necessary to achieve its primary goals and priorities.