The University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law serves students and the community through the generous contributions of people like you.
College of Law Building Justice Capital Campaign Fund
Your contributions for the new College of Law building help reduce future bond payments. As a gateway to campus, the building serves the needs of students and the community with classes, public events, a law library and continuing education for legal professionals. Read more about the new building »
100-100 Initiative and
College of Law General Scholarship Fund
Donations to the General Scholarship Fund are combined and leveraged with others like yours for maximum impact on our students. Scholarships are awarded by merit- and need-based criteria and are managed directly at the College of Law. Read more about 100-100 »
College of Law Dean’s Fund
Your generous gift will be utilized according to current demands in serving our students and the broader society by leveraging the collective strengths of the projects, initiatives, and academies in the College of Law.
College of Law Library Fund
Gifts enable the law library administration to fund current and long-term projects, manage circulation priorities, and strategically expand resources to students and the community.
Centers of Excellence and Programs
College of Law – Pro-Bono Initiative General Fund
Your financial gift will support the Pro Bono Initiative, our voluntary program whose primary goal is to emphasize the fundamental role of public service in the legal profession. It seeks to instill greater awareness among law students of their ethical responsibility to provide legal services to the disadvantaged.
College of Law – Wallace Stegner Center
Contributions directly support the multidisciplinary study of natural resources and environmental law and policy, our dynamic environmental programs, and the annual Wallace Stegner Center symposium.
College of Law – Law and Biomedical Sciences Fund
The Center on Law and Biomedical Sciences addresses new developments in the biomedical sciences through law. Interests include intellectual property, law and genetics, privacy and biomedical informatics, law and neuroscience, and health reform.