The University of Cincinnati's College of Law is the fourth oldest continually operating law school in the country, educating law students since 1833. Graduates are among the most respected judges, government, business and community leaders, and dedicated attorneys serving in all areas of legal practice.
UC Law Challenges
Though Cincinnati Law graduates lead the state’s other law schools in alumni giving participation, the faculty and students still need your support. Priority needs include charitable contributions for student scholarships, information technologies, strong library collections and research services, and rewards for faculty excellence.
Continued support is particularly appreciated for:
- General use through the Dean's Discretionary Fund
- Law School Building Fund
- Student scholarships and fellowships
- Summer public interest service funding for law students
- Faculty Professorships, Chairs, and research to underpin teaching excellence
Gratefully accepted gifts for the College’s institutes and centers, linked below, may be made by clicking here.