Create an Impact
Today and Tomorrow
Texas Law invites you to join the first-of-its-kind Legacy Challenge for the Law School.
Here’s how a single gift can make a greater impact. If you document a future gift of $100,000 or more through your estate plan, the University of Texas Law School Foundation will make an immediate donation (while funds last) to support a project or program that you choose within the Law School! Your gift will make an impact today and a lasting one in the future.
The process is easy. Complete this simple online form to initiate your planned gift. Or you can download and complete an Estate Intention Letter and email it to our experienced planned giving advisor Jennifer Monday Goldman. With no burden on your pocketbook today, you can provide support to the people and programs within Texas Law that mean the most to you.
Join the Texas Law Legacy Challenge today!
You will leave a lasting legacy that benefits countless future students and make an immediate impact on the people and programs within the school you care about the most.
Your gift will inspire others, and it will give us the opportunity to thank you by welcoming you into the Texas Leadership Society — a family of over 2,000 generous Longhorn alumni and friends who receive special opportunities and recognition.
If you are ready to document your planned gift now, please complete this simple form.
Questions? Learn more about the Legacy Challenge by reviewing the FAQs.
Your Gift Makes a Difference
Texas Law graduate Susan Blount, J.D. ’81 is a longtime supporter of the Law School who has generously endowed a scholarship awarded to a student every year. In addition to her lifetime giving, she has made a legacy gift to grow her endowed scholarship by making it the future recipient of her Donor Advised Fund and the beneficiary of her inherited IRA. “I am grateful that Texas Law gave me a great education almost for free and prepared me for a successful career. I give to Texas Law because I want to provide similar opportunities for a new generation of talented law students.” Susan Blount
Susan Blount, J.D. ’81
As with any decision involving your assets and/or estate, we urge you to seek the advice of your professional counsel when considering a gift to The University of Texas at Austin.