For more information on the capital campaign and how you can be a part of this exciting effort, contact UT Law School’s Office of Development and Alumni Relations at (512) 232-1939 or by email at email@example.com.
At the University of Texas, teaching matters. Faculty members excel in training students to sharpen their analytical thinking and to open their minds to creative solutions. Our faculty write many of the textbooks and legal treatises that guide legal education, they assist legislators in reforming the law, and they advise the bar on matters of ethics and professional responsibility. Faculty endowments enhance our ability to compete for the best faculty by providing salary supplements and funding for research leaves, research assistants, travel expenses to attend scholarly conferences, and the purchase of specialized research materials.
|Endowed Faculty Chair||$1,000,000|
|Endowed Faculty Fellowships||$150,000|
|Faculty Excellence Endowments||$100,000|
Campaign gifts to date:
Joe Jamail Faculty Excellence Fund
The James A. Baker, III Chair in the Rule of Law and World Affairs
Richard Dale Endowed Chair in Law
George McMillan Fleming Chair in Health Law & Policy
Judge Robert M. Parker Chair in Law
Dean John F. Sutton, Jr. Chair in Lawyering and the Legal Process
Named endowment levels are based on budget requirements and an annual spending rate of approximately five percent of the value of the fund. Non-endowed (current use) gifts for the funding priorities listed above are welcome at all levels, and will be recognized in an appropriate way.
If you are interested in discussing this opportunity, please contact Carla Cooper, Assistant Dean for Alumni Relations and Development, at (512) 232-1939, or firstname.lastname@example.org.