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Help Propel Hofstra Law Forward

Your investment will ensure that our students have the resources needed to continue to be difference-makers in our community and around the world!

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The Fund for Hofstra Law

The Fund for Hofstra Law is a crucial component of the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University’s financial health because it provides operating support. Annual giving ensures that program innovations are made each year, support for students is available through financial assistance and all aspects of teaching and learning at Hofstra Law are able to flourish.

Some areas assisted through The Fund for Hofstra Law are:

  • Scholarships and financial aid
  • New clinic opportunities
  • Academic programs and special lectures
  • Student organizations and services
  • Faculty scholarship
  • Alumni programs, including CLE
  • Professional development
  • Law Library
  • Improvements to the Law School building

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Be a Visionary for Hofstra Law

Now is our time — your time — to ensure the pioneering spirit that has always distinguished the Hofstra Lawyer continues for generations to come.

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Every Gift Counts

When you invest in Hofstra Law, one gift is all it takes to make a difference.

Ways to Give

We have made giving to Hofstra Law as convenient as possible. Learn about the different ways your gift can impact the success of our Law School.

Scholarship Support

The gift of a scholarship is transformative. For the student, it means the chance to embark on a legal career and achieve a lifelong goal. For the donor, it is an opportunity to gain the satisfaction of knowing that you have made a profound difference.

Thanks and Recognition

Hofstra Law is tremendously grateful for all alumni and friends who have made the Law School an important part of their philanthropic plans.

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We are happy to speak with you about ways to give to Hofstra Law.

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