Office of Development
Since its founding in 1899, The John Marshall Law School has provided the opportunity for over 16,000 individuals of every race, creed, gender, and background to achieve a legal education in the most dynamic urban setting in the world.
The Board of Trustees created the Development Office as an independent entity, dedicated solely to developing financial and community support for the law school, thus allowing the Dean to focus on the academic successes of the law school.
The Office of Development is committed to serving our donors with the highest level of integrity and appreciation, upholding the law school's core mission of preparing new attorneys grounded in the same fundamentals that have been taught here for more than 110 years.
Your gift helps the law school and its students maximize potential by providing support in four areas:
• Defining opportunity for student support
- academic and need-based scholarships, stipends, and bar exam preparation
• Defining opportunity for faculty support
- faculty recruitment and development, endowed chairs, and research and travel grants
• Defining opportunity for program support
- honors programs, clinics, externships, moot court and trial advocacy programs, and student life activities
• Defining opportunities for facilities and technology support
- library, computer services, upgraded classrooms, and capital improvements