How to Give
Your gift, big or small, makes all the difference.
Giving online is a secure, quick, and easy way to support the Foundation’s mission.
Give By Mail
Please make checks payable to The University of Texas Law School Foundation and mail to
UT Law School Foundation
727 E. Dean Keeton
Austin, TX 78705
Please be sure to note where you would like the gift applied.
Securities and Stock
Donor Advised Fund
The Law School Foundation accepts gifts from most Donor Advised Funds. Gifts must be initiated by the donor and DAF, so contact your DAF for simple giving instructions.
To transfer a gift from your bank account directly to the UT Law School Foundation, call 512-232-1380 for assistance.
If you are over 70 1/2, consider giving directly to the Foundation without creating taxable income. Learn More
Bequest and Planned Giving
Secure an estate-tax charitable deduction for the value of your gift. Learn More.
GIVING TO THE FOUNDATION VS. THE UNIVERSITY:
The Foundation is a 501(c)3 organization which was established in 1952. Its principal place of business is located in the School of Law under an agreement between the Foundation and The University of Texas. The Foundation is organized and operated exclusively for the benefit of The University of Texas to support the educational undertaking of the School of Law in legal education, legal research, financial assistance to deserving students and the progress of the law, among other purposes.
Gifts given to the Foundation and to the Law School both directly benefit the Law School. Both receive the same credit acknowledgement from The University of Texas at Austin and both are counted towards any campaigns that are currently underway.
The Foundation is managed by its Board of Trustees. The Foundation’s endowments and other funds are managed by independent investment professionals selected by the Board of Trustees and its financial records are audited annually by independent auditors.
Gifts to the Law School or The University of Texas are gifts to the University. These funds are held by the UT System Board of Regents for the Law School and are managed by UTIMCO.