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Centennial Campaign

Launched in May 2007, the Centennial Campaign is designed to secure resources for the construction of the new Law Quad, to increase monies available for financial aid and to increase resources available for faculty. The Campaign is the largest fundraising effort in the College’s history and will span five years and seek a total of $18,000,000 in gifts and commitments.

The Campaign has three goals.
Priority / Goal
Law Quad / $15 million
Support for Students / $2 million
Support for Faculty & Academics / $1 million

The New Law Quad
Certainly the most significant component of the Centennial Campaign is the $15 million private goal for the new Law Quad. The facility itself will be comprised of six spacious buildings set around three courtyards. Once completed, the new Law Quad will mark a great leap forward for the College and ensure the traditions of our first 100 years are carried forward through our next century.

Support for Students
One of the College’s unique features is the ability for students to obtain a first-tier legal education at a comparatively low cost, thereby making it possible for students of all walks of life to pursue a legal career. However, ever increasing tuition costs are beginning to limit the number of students to whom the College can offer financial assistance. For example, Kentucky residents have seen a four-fold increase in tuition costs in just over a decade. In order to ensure a law degree remains accessible, we seek to raise $2,000,000 in financial aid.

Support for Faculty and Academic Programs
Oberst. Ham. Lawson. Bratt. Teaching remains at the core of the College’s mission and tradition. Eight members of the law faculty are named among the University’s Great Teachers. Our professors have published not only scholarly articles but treatises and textbooks. Our faculty represent a variety of educational backgrounds with degrees from such national law schools as Yale, Harvard, Berkeley, Michigan and Texas. They bring to their teaching and scholarship a wealth of experience in judicial clerkships, private and public practice.

Faculty excellence can be supported through the award of endowed faculty chairs and professorships. These awards provide immediate prestige to donors and to the College, and provide significant recognition of teaching and scholarly excellence to the recipient. As part of the Centennial Campaign, we seek $1,000,000 to support faculty and their teaching and research endeavors.

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