You can help the DC School of Law Foundation, a 501(c)(3) tax exempt charitable organization, support UDC David A. Clarke School of Law's public interest mission by making a tax-deductible donation to one or more of the Foundation's funds listed below! The online credit card system is quick, easy and secure - and you can decide when and how you want to donate. You need not log in to donate. If you would prefer to submit your donation by fax or mail, please print a Donation Form (.pdf).
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Advocate for Justice Scholarships » Donate Online
Your donation supports up to 20 three- or four-year full-tuition scholarships for students who have strong academic credentials and a demonstrated commitment to community service.
Your donation supports scholarships for students with financial need.
Donations to the Edgar S. and Jean Camper Cahn Founders' Fund will support scholarships and systems change programs and activities.
Charles (Chuck) F.C. Ruff Fellowship » Donate Online
Your donation supports a recent UDC David A. Clarke School of Law graduate to serve as a Ruff Fellow for one year in the District of Columbia Office of the Attorney General. Fellowships were created to provide the District with more legal help and to promote public interest legal work. They are named in honor of Charles F.C. Ruff, who was the District of Columbia Corporation Counsel (the position now known as Attorney General) from 1995 to 1997.
David Niblack Scholarships » Donate Online
Your donation helps build an endowed scholarship in memory of Professor Dave Niblack. The scholarship is awarded annually to at least one third-year student with demonstrated financial need and commitment to a career in criminal or public defense.
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Gary Freeman Scholarships » Donate Online
Your donation supports an endowed scholarship for a DC resident in memory of Gary S. Freeman, '76. The scholarship is awarded annually to at least one student who makes substantial contributions to the School of Law community.
James Healy Immigration Clinic Endowment » Donate Online
Your donation supports the School of Law's Immmigration & Human Rights Clinic in memory of immigration attorney Jim Healy, '82
Your donation helps build a scholarship in memory of Rotan Lee, '79
Your donation supports the path-breaking Service-Learning Trip (formerly Katrina: Disaster and the Law), which, since 2007, has enabled students in Professor Waysdorf's Service-Learning Seminar to spend Spring Break providing legal services in New Orleans, the Mississippi Delta, the Mississippi Gulf Coast, and the Arizona-Mexico border