The Wake Forest Fund for the School of Law
Every Wake Forest law school student has benefited from the philanthropy of others. Tuition covers only about 66 percent of the cost of a law student’s education at Wake Forest. Gifts from alumni and friends bridge the gap between tuition and the actual cost to attend.
These gifts also help maintain small class size and a low faculty-student ratio, which make the Wake Forest experience unique. In addition, your gifts support the law school’s cutting-edge long-range plans, which include increasing scholarship opportunities, new clinics, a 3L externship program, the DNA Innocence Project, and new joint degree programs.
Most importantly, your gifts provide funds to implement the mission of the law school: to prepare students with a foundation of legal knowledge and skill upon which they can build lives of service within the legal profession and beyond.
For more information, contact Jennifer Hudson, Assistant Director of Law Development at 336-758-5884 or firstname.lastname@example.org.