Strength in Numbers

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Duke Law Spring Challenge

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Duke Law School has launched the annual Spring Challenge—Strength in Numbers! Every new gift/pledge up to 400 will generate a $425 match from a group of generous alumni. As a bonus, the first 50 donors to set up an automated gift/pledge will receive an additional match of $200!

We hope you will take this opportunity to join us by making a gift to the Law School Annual Fund. Gifts to the Annual Fund fuel every aspect of the School’s mission. You can allocate your Annual Fund support to the area of priority that is most meaningful to you - financial aidclinics & public interestfaculty excellence, or to the greatest need.

Please join our Strength in Numbers challenge today! This challenge will end on on April 17, 2023. Gifts or pledges can be made online, by phone at 919-613-7017, or by mail:

Duke Law Alumni & Development
Box 90389
Durham, NC 27708

Remember - every gift matters and makes a difference!


Suzanne MacKinnon
Director of Annual Giving

Kelly Marcolini
Assistant Director of Reunion and Leadership Giving

Duke Law Clinics

Clinical Education

Students gain hands-on legal experience while helping the community in one of Duke Law’s 11 clinics or through a public interest externship or pro bono project.

Jedidiah Purdy

Jedidiah Purdy

Annual Fund support for faculty excellence makes it possible for us to recruit and retain world-class faculty. It ensures faculty have resources to teach, research and lead.

Amanda Joos

Amanda Joos

Philanthropic support for the Duke Law Annual Fund—Financial aid makes it possible for us to seek and enroll smart and accomplished students, regardless of their capacity to pay.

Jesse McCoy

Jesse McCoy

Greatest Need support of the Law School gives Dean Abrams the flexibility to say “yes” to innovation and respond to the challenges and opportunities in real time.