Harvard Law School Alumni Center is currently remote and fully operational, but our ability to receive and process mail is limited. If you would like to make a gift in support of Harvard Law School, we highly recommend utilizing our online giving form or a wire transfer until further notice. Thank you, and we hope you and your family are staying well.
We Can’t Do This Without You
Gifts made to Harvard Law School from alumni and friends play a critical role in the Law School’s continued excellence, funding financial aid and faculty research, supporting experiential clinical education and curricular innovation, and ensuring student success and support even during times of public crisis.
Unrestricted gifts and endowment distributions provide 40% of HLS’s operating budget each year.
Giving Options: Support What Matters to You
If you are interested in making a major gift to Harvard Law School, please contact Francisco Martinez, Director of Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 617-495-4203.
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The HLS Annual FundGifts to the HLS Annual Fund provide financial stability to HLS, ensuring that it can withstand economic adversity and minimize the impact of fiscal fluctuations on the Law School community.Continue Reading about The HLS Annual Fund: Essential Support
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Planned GivingPlanned giving is a type of giving that can allow you to make a significant gift to Harvard Law School while also addressing some of your own financial and real estate planning needs by way of tax planning.Continue Reading about Planned Giving
Donor Recognition: We’re Grateful for Your Support
We are grateful for the generous support of all of our donors and their public investment in the role Harvard Law School plays in the betterment of society. As a sign of our gratitude, we proudly host several exclusive donor recognition societies to honor our donors, including The Langdell Society, 1817 Society, and the Oliver Wendell Holmes Society. We also print and mail a Report of Gifts annually to recognize your generosity.