Annual Giving

Your Gift Makes A Difference

Annual giving is vital to the Law School as it provides us the ability to award scholarships, support faculty teaching and research efforts, and enrich our academic and clinical programs. In addition, your gift is a sign that you value your degree and the opportunities it has afforded you. Please demonstrate your commitment to Texas Law by making a tax deductible gift to any area of the Law School that has meaning for you. With our alumni by our side, we are poised to continue our tradition of excellence.

Why Do We Need Your Support Every Year?

As recently as the 1980s, the State of Texas still contributed nearly half of the Law School’s budget. Today, the state contribution is less than 12%. Thanks to our loyal alumni, we are able to make up the funding difference and continue our tradition of excellence. However, sustained annual gifts from our alumni are crucial to our continued success and every gift strengthens our position at the forefront of legal education. You can help provide the next generation of lawyers with the education and experience of our longstanding traditions by making an annual gift to the Law School every year.

Make a Gift Today

Giving Societies

Texas Law recognizes several giving levels for gifts made during a fiscal year (September 1 – August 31).

Giving Levels
W. Page Keeton Fellow*$1,000-$4,999
Tom C. Clark Fellow$5,000-$9,999
Morris Atlas Society$10,000-$24,999
Charles Alan Wright Leadership Society$25,000 +
All donors $1,000 and above will be listed on their respective recognition plaques at the law school and be invited to the annual Texas Law Alumni Awards Dinner.

*Recent graduate donors (within five years of graduation) who give $500 or more during the fiscal year will be listed as Keeton Fellows.