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Law Student Scholarships

Scholarships help us attract world-changing students and minimize the debt burden on those students. Long-term debt is a serious issue for law graduates. We want to reduce that burden so our students have freedom to choose jobs based on where they feel called, not starting salary. 

If you received a Regent Law scholarship, now is the time to pay it forward. The next generation needs your support. 

There are several ways to give through Regent Law to student scholarships.

Law Student Scholarships

When you give to “Law Student Scholarships,” your gift is divided into two designations. Half of your gift (or monthly gift) is used immediately to fund student scholarships. The other half is invested in our growing Law Student Scholarship Endowment. This endowment pools donations that continue to grow, and the earned interest is dispersed each year. This endowment secures the future of Regent Law. You can also elect to designate your entire gift to general scholarships or the endowment.   

Specifically Endowed Scholarships

Specifically endowed scholarships are often given to honor someone and named after the honoree. They begin with a $25,000 gift from an individual or group of individuals, which can be given over multiple years. The annual earned interest is distributed each year to a student who meets the criteria set by the donor.

For more information on giving to law student scholarships generally, or for giving an Endowed Scholarship, please contact: 

Patrick Trompeter, J.D.
Director of Law School Advancement
Office: 757-352-4092