From the law school’s leaders


wilbanks photo“Your law school – having been named the #1 best value in legal education for an historic three-straight years – remains committed to providing a first-rate legal education at a reasonable cost, while emphasizing key outcomes like bar passage and employment. Let’s be generous with our resources so our nation’s future leaders can pursue career paths that develop their talents and passions to the fullest – undeterred by debt – and allow them to maximize their contributions to state and society.”

— Marlan B. Wilbanks (J.D.’86), Board of Visitors Chair




jensen photo“The UGA School of Law fosters legal leaders with its unique blend of talented students, quality education, and meaningful support of our community members. Investing in student aid programs – like book stipends, bar prep grants, professional clothing support, and emergency assistance – is vital to ensuring every student’s wellbeing and success and allows them to focus on their future. Your gift to the Law School Fund will have a real and immediate impact on our fellow Law Dawgs.”

— Kate Leanne Jensen (J.D.’10), Law School Association President



howell photo“One thing we have learned through the upheaval of this past year is to reevaluate and truly value how we spend our time. One way in which our graduates can give back and enhance the School of Law community is through the giving of their time to current students – whether that be through the school’s unique mentoring program, mock interviews, assisting with networking opportunities, and guest speaking. If you are looking for a way to give back in addition to providing financial support, please consider connecting in one of these ways. The willingness of our graduates to engage and enrich our students and community truly makes a difference.”

— Nicholas H. “Nic” Howell (J.D.’13), Young Alumni/Alumnae Committee President


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