It’s Giving Tuesday — support the School of Law today!

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Click here or on the image above to donate to the UB School of Law.

Support the School of Law as part of the University’s annual Giving Tuesday fundraising drive. Make a general donation to the School of Law Annual Giving Fund or make your gift in memory or in honor of someone.

Gifts made in memory of Rose McMunn will go toward an annual award to be given to a deserving member of the UB School of Law staff. To direct your funds here, select “In Memory of” and type in “Rose McMunn.”

Gifts made in honor of Professor Arnie Rochvarg will be used for scholarships to enable students to obtain the excellent, practical education for which UB is known. At the close of the campaign, a room in the Angelos Law Center will be named in honor of Professor Rochvarg. To direct your funds here, select “In Honor of” and type in Prof. Rochvarg.”

Likewise, gifts made in honor of Professor Byron Warnken will be used for scholarships to enable students to obtain the excellent, practical education for which UB is known. At the close of the campaign, the Moot Courtroom in the Angelos Law Center will be named in honor of Professor Warnken. To direct your funds here, select “In Honor of” and type in Prof. Warnken.”

Click here to view a videotaped message from Dean Ronald Weich and to learn more about #GivingTuesday and UB’s annual “Bow on Poe” competition.

If you have questions, please contact Michelle Junot, the law school’s director of alumni relations, at mjunot@ubalt.edu or 410.837.4142.

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