2021 marks the 50th anniversary of UNSW Law & Justice. Help us plan for 50 more years by making a tax-deductible gift to the Law Endowment Fund to build on our history of success in research and scholarship. The Law Endowment Fund creates opportunities for UNSW Law & Justice to build a stronger faculty and community. Donate to the Law Endowment Fund.
This year also marks the 40th anniversary of two centres at UNSW Law & Justice - our Indigenous Law Centre and Kingsford Legal Centre.
The focus of our 50th anniversary year is supporting students in need. UNSW Law & Justice is matching gifts to these scholarships, up to $25,000. The priority scholarships for support this year are:
This scholarship honours the life and achievements of Vanessa Hardman, a UNSW Law & Justice alumna and member of the UNSW UK Foundation Board. Established in 2017, the scholarship will help future UNSW Law & Justice students carry on Vanessa’s legacy and embark on a rewarding international career.
If you would like to discuss further options for giving at UNSW Law & Justice, please contact Scott Lyall, Development Manager.
By leaving a gift in your will to UNSW Law & Justice, you are investing in its next 50 years, ensuring we continue our leadership in progressive and rigorous legal education and research. It is never too early to start thinking about a charitable gift in your will – as you reflect on the past half century and look forward to the future, this is the time to consider creating your own legacy.
For further information, contact Janet Hall, Development Manager, Future Giving.
For more information about how your support can make an impact on our community, please contact our UNSW Law & Justice Development team:
Kate Meyers, Head of Development, People, Society & Culture
T: 0435 578 953
Scott Lyall, Development Manager, Law & Justice
T:0434 305 498
James Klarner, Development Officer, Arts, Design & Architecture, Business & Law & Justice
T: 0466 844 671
A gift of any size makes a difference to UNSW Law & Justice. Donations of more than $2 are tax-deductible in Australia for Australian taxpayers.