Give to KU Law

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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. In fact, attending law school at all would be out of the question for many KU Law students without scholarships and other financial aid. Last year, 8 out of every 10 KU Law students received a scholarship from KU Endowment, and our students’ average debt load ranked among the lowest in the country. Our goal is to improve upon these levels by providing aid to even more students.

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

If you have questions about giving to the KU School of Law, please contact the Director of Development Lauren Luhrs at or 785-832-7321, or the Associate Director of Development Malcolm Jackson at or 785-832-7466.

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