Reunions are a great way to reconnect with classmates, visit favorite spots in Ann Arbor, and learn first-hand about the Law School of today. Reunions are also wonderful occasions for the celebration of your relationship with Michigan Law.
Reunion giving is an important source of funding for all the Law School’s activities. Your reunion gift has a direct impact on the School’s ability to award student financial aid, to recruit and retain faculty, to grow the Debt Management Program, and to strengthen the international programs, among the many uses of the Law School Fund. By making your reunion gift, you maintain the strength of your Michigan Law degree and help ensure an unparalleled legal education for today’s students.
You can structure your reunion gift in several ways: as a multi-year pledge, a single gift, or a planned gift. Your class’s total reunion support receives special recognition during the weekend as your collective gift for the reunion year. This year, as always, Law School Fund annual donors of $2,500 or more will be recognized at the Cavaedium Society level.
Emeriti Classes and the Classes of 1963, 1968, 1973, 1978 and 1983
Classes of 1988, 1993, 1998, 2003 and 2008