Invest In Our Future
Message from Dean Richard Bales -
These are exciting times at ONU Law. We’ve recruited a strong class of students this year, and our graduates continue to excel at passing the bar exams and getting solid J.D.-required jobs. Our LLM program is attracting students and having a significant impact on rule-of-law initiatives all over the world. Our faculty are committed to an everyone-knows-your-name approach to law teaching and have developed a curriculum nationally recognized for its innovation. With the strong support of the University, we have rolled back tuition to levels that make legal education at ONU Law more affordable than ever.
But like the proverbial tree falling in the forest, these great things will only get us so far without your help spreading the good news and building on our success. We are committed to enhancing the value of your ONU Law degree. Your investment in ONU Law’s future will help us do that.
There are many ways to support ONU Law. These are only a sampling of ways your gift can have an immediate impact to help deserving students. The law school has a number of pressing needs that we are happy to share with you at all different support levels. Naming opportunities are available. We welcome your ideas and suggestions how to honor a professor who made an impact on your legal education or tell us how we can commemorate your ONU experience.
What does my gift do?
$10,000 or Greater--
The ONU Law Enrichment Fund
The ONU Law Enrichment Fund is an account overseen by the Dean of the College of Law. By supporting the ONU Law Enrichment Fund, you help ONU Law make possible opportunities to help recruit students, fund awards, offer scholarships or grants, and assist with costs to ensure students have experiences such as internships, externships and other legal on-the-job training. There are also opportunities to enrich student life at the College of Law by providing funds to renovate and repurpose existing spaces within the College of Law including classroom spaces, technology updates, and student-focused areas.