The law school is at a critical point in its history —a time of unprecedented expansion and engagement. Begun in 2005, The Campaign for Boalt Hall will raise $125 million, the largest fundraising effort in the school's history.
The Campaign for Boalt Hall allows the law school to:
attract the most promising students, regardless of income;
help our graduates pursue their career passions, unburdened by debt;
expand our faculty, fueling scholarship and enriching the educational experience;
create forums for airing opinion and focusing debate;
and to provide space worthy of the work housed in it.
In this environment, philanthropy is—quite simply—essential. Please explore the many ways that you can contribute with your choices at right.
“The law school we love is facing serious challenges that require urgent action. With state support plummeting and tuition reaching its outer limit, philanthropy is the only remaining source of revenue to be tapped. So far, Boalt continues to thrive, thanks to a shrewd strategic plan, savvy leadership, and generous donors. But with the state slice of our budget shrinking fast, we don’t have the luxury of time to close the funding gap gradually. We have to do it now. Without philanthropy, we will risk compromising our recent—and future—gains.
Please join us in supporting Boalt at the most generous level possible."
Elizabeth Cabraser ’78, Leo Pircher ’57, and Pamela Samuelson
Co-Chairs, The Campaign for Boalt Hall