100% Giving Challenge

Your law firm or office is invited to participate in our 100% Giving Challenge which is designed to strengthen the connection between alumni, law firms, legal departments, and the Law School. Participating firms and offices aim to achieve 100% alumni giving in their respective organizations, providing integral support to the Law School, our students, faculty, and programs.

Recognition

Law firms that complete the challenge – those that reach 100% alumni participation during the fiscal year (September 1 – August 31) – are recognized as 100% Giving Challenge Champions on our website, in the Alumni Newsletter, in our annual Recognition Report,  social media, and on the Wall of Champions signage outside the high-traffic area of the Career Services Office in Towns Hall.

To enroll your firm or office in this year’s Challenge or ask about participating, please contact us at 512-232-1118 or alumni@law.utexas.edu..

Making a Collective Difference

The Challenge is an opportunity for alumni to make a collective difference. Donations through the Challenge are a cornerstone of our annual giving campaign, enabling the law school to continue expanding its programs, meet the needs of its students and legal community, and grow in national prominence.

The peak of the Challenge takes place in the summer months, but please note that all alumni donations made to the Law School during the fiscal year are counted towards your firm’s participation. In addition, you can direct your donation to any fund or area of the Law School to count toward the Challenge. Make your gift count today.

 

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Vinson & Elkins has attained Texas Law’s “champion” status for two straight decades.

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100% Giving Challenge Champions

We thank our 100% Giving Champions in FY 2023 which included the participation of 31 firms/companies.

Alexander Dubose & Jefferson LLP – Austin and Houston

Atlas, Hall & Rodriguez LLP – Brownsville and McAllen

Baker Botts LLP – Austin and Dallas

Beck Redden – Houston

Bell Nunnally & Martin LLP – Dallas

Blank Rome – Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and Washington DC

Bracewell LLP – Austin, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, and Washington DC

Carrington, Coleman, Sloman & Blumenthal LLP – Dallas

Clark Hill – Austin, Dallas, Frisco, Houston, Los Angeles, San Antonio, and Scottdale

Cokinos Young – Austin, Dallas, Houston, and Irving

Gibbs & Bruns LLP – Houston

Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP – Dallas

Gray Reed & McGraw LLP – Dallas and Houston

Greenberg Traurig LLP – Austin

Haynes and Boone LLP – Austin, Charlotte, Costa Mesa, Dallas, Denver, Fort Worth, Houston, New York, Plano, Richardson, and San Antonio

Holland & Knight – Atlanta, Dallas, Denver, Fort Worth, Houston, Philadelphia, Tallahassee, and Washington DC

Jones Day – Dallas and Houston

Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP – Dallas

Kirkland & Ellis – Austin, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Hong Kong, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, Palo Alto, San Francisco, and Washington DC

Latham & Watkins LLP – Austin and Houston

Locke Lord LLP – Austin, Dallas, and Houston

McCraw Gantt PLLC – McKinney

McGuire, Craddock & Strother PC – Dallas

Mounce Green Myers Safi Paxson & Galatzan – El Paso

Norton Rose Fulbright – Austin, Dallas, Denver, Houston, New York, San Antonio, St. Louis, and Washington DC

Osborne Helman Knebel & Scott LLP – Austin

Perkins Coie – Austin, Boise, Dallas, Denver, Portland, and San Diego

Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan LLP – Houston, Los Angeles, and San Francisco

Reed Smith LLP – Houston

Scott Douglass & McConnico LLP – Austin

Vinson & Elkins – Austin, Dallas, Houston, London, New York, and Washington DC