Gifts made by alumni, friends, corporations and foundations transform the school by giving its administration and faculty more and better ways to educate tomorrow’s legal professionals. Through private support, the School of Law can continue its mission despite fluctuations in other funding sources. Gifts create new possibilities to fund initiatives not previously sponsored and ultimately transform the school’s programs and reputation.
Ron LeMay (J.D. ’72) has spent more than 40 years building businesses as an entrepreneur, corporate executive and venture capitalist.
Even as an undergraduate, Karen Roberts (J.D. '95) knew she wanted to be an attorney and practice at a law firm. Twenty years later, she is general counsel and executive vice president of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
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