Michael Maurer

Paying it forward: Your support matters

Why it matters

Every gift is important

A transformative $35 million gift from Michael S. (Mickey) Maurer, '67 (above), and his wife, Janie, for student scholarships led to the naming of the Law School in his honor in 2009. An additional gift of $20 million in 2015 from Lowell E. Baier, '64, resulted in the naming of the law building in his honor. A $25 million gift from Lilly Endowment Inc. in 2007 for faculty support added further strength to the school's financial future.

To continue the law school's trajectory as one of the nation's top-tier, highly selective law schools and to provide an exceptional experience to our students, we rely on the generous support of our alumni, corporations and foundations, and friends. Every gift is important, genuinely appreciated, and a sound investment in our future.

You can make a difference

Faculty, students, and the profession all benefit from your support.

Ways to give

Many options for long- and short-term support, all of them important.

Faculty legacies

Supporting faculty research while honoring our past