2007 Class Gift Campaign

May 15, 2007Duke Law News

With graduates' donations in excess of $180,000 -- a record -- matched both by an anonymous donor and Duke's Financial Aid Initiative, the 2007 Class Gift totaled more than $380,000. The gift will be used to fund a scholarship named for the Class of 2007, the Loan Repayment Assistance Program, the LLM Scholarship, and the Annual Fund.

"There are many ways to measure this highly successful class gift effort," said Dean Katharine Bartlett. "Thank you from the bottom of my heart for being part of it."

Read more about the Class Gift Campaign.
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