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Give to KU Law

At KU Law, we are incredibly proud of our students and faculty and all their achievements. Many of these successes would not be possible without private support.

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Attending law school would be out of the question for many KU Law students without scholarships and other financial aid. In a typical year, more than 80% of future Jayhawk lawyers receive financial support from the law school. Scholarships help ensure that a KU legal education remains accessible to all.

We appreciate your support and hope that you will continue to be generous to our students and our program.

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2023 Annual Report

Donors contributed more than $3.5 million to support KU Law students and programs in the 2023 fiscal year. Read about some of the things made possible by those gifts in the 2023 KU Law Annual Report.
University of Kansas School of Law 2023 Annual Report

2023 KU Law Annual Report

Dean Stephen Mazza holding a sign that says Thank You

Letter from Dean Mazza

Your commitment empowers our students to navigate challenges and seize opportunities, whether through unpaid internships at public interest organizations, addressing community needs with free legal services or pursuing their passions with a greater focus on skill development.
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One Day One KU 2023

The sixth annual One Day. One KU. day of giving was a tremendous success for the university and the School of Law. Find results for ODOKU 2023.
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By the Numbers: 2023 Giving

Donors contributed more than $3.5 million to support KU Law students and programs in the 2023 fiscal year. Learn how donor gifts support KU Law students, faculty and programs.
Karen Campbell

Scholarships are one of KU’s most powerful recruitment opportunities. Mine is the reason I came back to KU. Now, it minimizes my financial burden, allowing me to engage in diverse interest areas, leadership opportunities, career options and extracurricular activities. I am so thankful to the donors who make this experience possible for me and my fellow classmates.

Karen Campbell
JD candidate, 2025 | Lawrence, KS
Corrine Yoder-Mulkey

My scholarship has radically changed the trajectory of my academic and professional career. It enabled me to pursue public interest work. I spend less time worrying about paying tuition and more time on my classes and student organizations.

Corrine Yoder-Mulkey
JD candidate, 2025 | Eudora, KS
Kyle Velte

I am honored to be named the Karelitz Chair in Evidence Law. The generosity reflected in this chair allows me to continue KU Law’s tradition of excellence in producing practice-ready lawyers who serve their clients with competence, compassion and commitment.

Kyle Velte
Professor of Law, Associate Dean for Faculty, Leon Karelitz Chair in Evidence Law

Giving Contact

Meghan Flanders
Development Director