In honor of Phil Frickey

On behalf of Berkeley Law and the Philip Frickey Campaign Committee, we are pleased and grateful to honor Professor Philip Frickey by establishing two funds in his name. These funds will enable law students and lawyers to follow Professor Frickey’s example of scholarship and service.  

The Philip Frickey Public Law Fund will benefit Berkeley Law students who have demonstrated a strong commitment to the study and practice of Indian law or other area of public law.  It will have two components:
(1) scholarships that will provide resources to current 2L and 3L law students who demonstrate financial need and a dedication to Indian law or other public law issues, and
(2) an annual prize that will reward the best student paper in Indian law or other area of public law.

The Philip Frickey Fellowship is a summer grant that will provide financial assistance to a current 1L or 2L law student who plans to pursue summer employment in an Indian law or public law position that involves legal advocacy on behalf of disenfranchised individuals or groups, or issues that are not adequately represented by some aspect of our legal system. The fellowship will be awarded to a law student from any ABA-accredited law school in the United States.

You may make your gift online here [Frickey Campaign] **In the field,** '*Special instructions or designations for this gift*,' please indicate which fund you would like your donation to go to or how you would like it allocated among the two funds.

For more information about the Campaign, please contact Andrew Kaufteil, Director of Annual Giving, at 510-642-7574 or