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Lewis & Clark Law School officially launched its Centennial Year with a fundraising effort in support of three important areas of the school. We encourage you to explore how the Centennial Campaign is advancing the Law School today and ask for your support during this important year. Your gift to the Centennial Campaign recognizes the accomplishments and innovation of the law school over the last 100 years, and will help guarantee exceptional first-rate programs and national rating for the next 100 years.
Three areas that you gift will support:
2. Faculty Support
3. Annual Fund
Centennial Cornerstone - $100,000
Help lay the foundation for the next 100 years of excellence at Lewis & Clark Law School by making a generous pledge of $100,000 to support a four-year sponsorship of a “Centennial Scholar”. Selected scholars will be recognized in the media and with a name plaque over their campus office door.
In recognition of your generous gift, a special Centennial Cornerstone plaque with the names of donors will be on permanent display at the Law School.
For more information, please contact Joset Grenon, email@example.com
June 27Hubert Walker leaves gift of educational access for students of the College of Arts and Sciences through a new endowed scholarship, the Hubert E. and Frances D. Walker Memorial Scholarship Fund.
May 31For Maggie Riggs Allee R.N., J.D. ’93 the future is always present, something she thinks about and shapes every day.
September 8Kent, class of 1995, continues to inspire others. In 1997 his parents established the college’s first scholarships in biology and ceramic arts, helping Swanson scholars pursue graduate-level science experiences as undergraduates, study ceramics and other arts, immerse themselves in cultures overseas, engage in community leadership projects, and embrace outdoor adventures.
April 28Mindful giver Steve Crow.
February 5Natural Giving
How much of my Annual Fund gift supports the critical needs of students and faculty?
September 25Grateful for all she gained at Lewis & Clark, Mary Jean Thompson B.M. ‘57 has made a bequest supporting music. Her gift will help dedicated students discover and pursue their passions the way she has: con brio, with brilliance and spirit.
April 28Luella Lilly set national swimming records, graduated magna cum laude from the College in 1959 after three and half years, and–as teacher, coach, administrator, and mentor–enhanced opportunities and respect for women scholar-athletes during times of unprecedented change and challenge.
February 5The story of Christine Swanson.
August 6Eager for a life exploring far horizons, and seeking a college with strong international study programs, the young man from Montana and young woman from Idaho came to Lewis & Clark.