Background

While the journal is published under the umbrella of The University of Texas School of Law Publications office, no financial support is guaranteed by the Law School. Journal funding relies primarily on subscriptions sales, royalties, and the generosity of our sponsors. Maintaining a journal poses unique challenges, and your tax-deductible contribution will go a long way in assuring our success.

Contributions to the Texas Journal on Civil Liberties & Civil Rights are tax-deductible, and the Law School will provide a receipt with the applicable tax codes. Also, the Law School can provide the application for Matching Funds for employers who participate in this program. All contributions will be noted in the Dean’s Townes Hall Notes alumni magazine.

GIVING LEVELS

Platinum - $3,000 and over
Gold - $1,000 to $2,999
Silver - $500 to $999
Bronze - up to $500

In appreciation of your sponsorship, you will receive the following recognition:
1. Name and sponsorship level printed in an upcoming issue of the Journal.
2. A copy of the Fall and Spring editions of the latest Volume for Silver level sponsors and above.
3.  If the donation is related to a specific event, your organization’s name and logo will be printed in each program the Journal distributes at the respective event.

Donations and Corporate Matching Instructions

Payment Instructions – Check

Please make your check donation payable to the
Texas Journal on Civil Liberties & Civil Rights, and mail to:

The University of Texas School of Law
attn: Texas Journal on Civil Liberties and Civil Rights
727 East Dean Keeton Street
Austin, TX 78705

Click here to see if your company has a matching gift policy.

Payment Instructions – Credit Card

Click here for instructions on how to give a General or Event gift.

Final Note: The journal hosts a number of social events during the course of the year. However, these events are paid for out of the dues paid by members. Unless otherwise noted, general donations to the journal go toward the operations cost of the journal. These expenses are primarily made up of print costs, shipping & postage, supplies, and computer hardware and software. The journal is truly grateful for the generosity and support. We think you will be impressed with the results, and proud to be associated with the Texas Journal on Civil Liberties & Civil Rights.