Each year, Husky Giving Day provides opportunities for the UW Law community to come together in support of the people, programs and causes you care about most.

For 24 hours of planned giving on Thursday, April 8, there are several ways to make an impact in areas of most critical need at the law school.

Every gift matters — learn more about the individual funds, and decide how you want to make a difference in the lives of law students and the communities they serve.

  • Clinical Law Program Fund: This fund enables students to gain real-world experience assisting clients from some of our most vulnerable communities.
  • Public Interest Law Association: By giving to this fund, you provide opportunities for students to serve their communities through pro bono public interest work.
  • Law Justice Scholarship Fund: This fund allows UW Law to recruit, nurture and retain students from historically marginalized groups, removing the financial barrier that might have otherwise made law school unattainable.


Don't miss the chance to multiply your impact thanks to gift-matching opportunities from some of our most generous donors.

There are six challenges in total starting at 8 a.m. Thursday, April 8.

Learn how to double your impact and increase scholarship support for underrepresented law students.