What kind of difference do gifts make?
When we work together as a community, we are able to continue fueling the amazing strides made by our students and faculty within Arizona, throughout the country, and around the world. There are hundreds of stories of opportunities that were powered by your generosity, here is just a sampling:
“This scholarship impacted my educational pursuit by making it possible to the fullest extent. Earning this scholarship allowed me to focus more time and energy on my academics, my community involvement, and professional development by removing the financial and time barriers. Advocacy is threaded through everything I do, the classes I take, and the career I wish to pursue. Thank you for your generous investment in my education. I will always be grateful for the opportunity to earn and use my degree to make an impact.”
- Jocelyn Garcia, 2L, recipient of the David G. Hastings BA in Law Endowed Scholarship
“I am humbled and honored to serve as the inaugural recipient of the Robert H. Mundheim Professorship of Law and Business. My professional and personal growth during this period would have been very different without Bob. It is, therefore, a very meaningful honor to receive the Mundheim Professorship and also a responsibility to work harder and do things better.”
- Barak Orbach, Robert H. Mundheim Professor of Law and Business at University of Arizona Law
“Justice Advocates Coalition (JAC) fellowships are important because they help students like me stay financially stable while advocating for justice and representing the underprivileged and underrepresented. I took a risk in traveling to the other side of the country and I couldn’t have done it without the JAC fellowship!“
- Konya Saidu, recipient of the 2023 Hammersley, Rutherford, Zwart JAC Fellowship
Patrick J. McGroder III (‘70), founder of the McGroder Family Endowed Scholarship and donor to A New Day in Court
“University of Arizona Law took a chance on me, and in doing so gave me an opportunity to find a profession which I consider a calling. This profession has allowed me to help people, to provide a voice for the voiceless, to help victims and to hopefully make the world a better place. I loved the school while I was there, and it is important for me to give back.”
Claire Bilby, established the Richard M. Bilby (BA ‘55) Endowed Scholarship in honor of her father
“My father had high integrity, fought for what was right, believed in getting what you deserve but also believed everyone deserves a fair shot and did his best to give it to them. My hope is this scholarship helps students to pursue their passion for the legal profession that may not have been able to do it on its own.”
Page Chancellor Marks (‘92), contributed towards A New Day in Court
“As I celebrate my 30th homecoming from University of Arizona Law, I realize how much the college impacted me and my career. I am so thankful for the professors’ expertise and dedication to ensuring the future of our legal community both here in Arizona and beyond.”
Ways you can support University of Arizona Law
There are dozens of programs that can be funded at the college. Find one you're passionate about here, or contact us to explore creating a new scholarship or program fund. Every gift, no matter how small, can fuel the next generation of legal minds and passionate leaders.