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Naming Opportunities

Restricted Giving

The Law School has a long tradition of alumni support for named funds. There are over 400 funds that have been set aside for specific purposes, including scholarships, professorships, clinical support, fellowships, book funds for the Biddle Law Library, building funds, and more. These funds are responsible for many of the hallmarks of the Penn Carey Law student experience.

Named Funds

Explore naming opportunities and leadership gifts in one of the areas listed below. For more information, please contact Heather Frattone at 215-898-7489 or

Focused on Public Interest

$50 Million Gift for Public Interest Lawyering

The Robert and Jane Toll Foundation, founded by Robert Toll L’66 and Jane Toll GSE’66, has made a $50 million gift to the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School to dramatically expand the Toll Public Interest Scholars and Fellows Program, doubling the number of public interest graduates in the coming decade through a combination of full and partial tuition scholarships.

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