Juris Fund

The Juris Fund provides annual support to all aspects of Loyola Law School’s mission, so your gift to the Juris Fund impacts the entire School at every level.

The Juris Fund gives Dean Victor Gold the flexibility to allocate resources when and where it is most needed.  Gifts to the Juris Fund support student scholarships; work-study programs; Public Interest Loan Assistance/Forgiveness Programs; library services; faculty recruitment, retention, and scholarship; curricular activities, including programs, centers, clinics, practica, Concentrations and externships.

The Juris Fund relies on unrestricted annual gifts from alumni, friends, faculty and staff who give the Law School the flexibility to take advantage and respond to opportunities, meet challenges, invest in new ideas and deliver on its mission: Seek to educate men and women who will be leaders of both the legal profession and society, demonstrating in their practice of law and public service the highest standards of personal integrity, professional ethics and a deep concern for social justice.

Juris Society Recognition Levels

Juris Society Dean's Circle                       $25,000+

Juris Society Leader                                 $10,000 - $24,999

Juris Society Partner                               $5,000 - $9,999

Juris Society Member                              $2,500 - $4,999

Juris Society Affiliate                               $1,000 - $2,499 (alumni from the classes 2009-2014)

 

Donors of $2,500 or more to the Juris Fund will become members of the Juris Society and will be invited to special events throughout the year, including a reception with the dean, as well as being recognized in the donor honor roll and other publications.  

If you have any further questions about the Juris Society, please contact Carmen Ramirez, Executive Director of Advancement, at 213.736.1046 or carmen.ramirez@lls.edu

 

Make your gift today to the Juris Fund.  

 

Thank you for supporting your alma mater.

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