James Maida '90 and his wife Sharon O'Mara Maida (not pictured), established the Maida Public Interest Scholars Program through their $1M gift

Giving To Rutgers Law School

The success of Rutgers Law School depends on you! The support of our alumni and friends provides vital, irreplaceable support to enhance our current academic and student programs, expand educational opportunities, recruit and retain top-notch faculty, students, and staff and ensure that the most promising students can attend the Law School, regardless of economic status.

A lot has changed since Rutgers Law School first opened its legacy schools in Camden and Newark. Today, our newly merged law school faces shrinking public funding. The very nature of law school education has to evolve to meet new legal market demands.

Rutgers Law School relies on the support of many alumni and friends who make gifts of cash, securities, planned gifts and multi-year pledges. Some alumni and friends are able to make a major gift that transforms this law school, as did James R. Maida '90 and Maxine S. Ellend. At whatever level, your support is vital to our success, as it enhances our current academic and student programs, expands educational opportunities, recruits and retains top-notch faculty, students, and staff and ensures that the most promising students can attend the Law School, regardless of economic status.

Contact:

Camden Newark
Robin Todd Robert Steinbaum
856-225-6682 973-353-3063
robin.todd@rutgers.edu robert.steinbaum@law.rutgers.edu

 

How to Give
  • Every Gift Counts!
  • Planned Gifts
  • Cash Gift
  • Gift of Securities
  • Restricted Giving and Multi-year Pledges
  • Named and Endowed Scholarship Opportunities

Your generosity has a direct impact on students, faculty, and the entire Rutgers Law School community. Your gifts not only fund scholarships and financial assistance, but enable Rutgers Law to provide the resources students need to strengthen their credentials and give them an edge in today’s competitive job market. Every gift, no matter the size, contributes to the continued success of critical institutional elements, including the library, career services, and student organizations.

Legacy Giving

One of the most meaningful ways to support the law school is by making an estate gift. Generous and thoughtful planning today will have an extraordinarily positive impact on tomorrow’s law students. Some of the many types of planned gifts to consider are: bequests through wills, charitable trusts, beneficiary designations, life insurance policies, and life income gifts.

Cash Gift

The simplest way to make a gift is by cash, check, or credit card. Outright gifts can be made once or on a recurring basis. When making a gift, please note whether you would like your gift to go to a particular program. You may also send your check payable to Rutgers Law School.

The Benefits of Donating Appreciated Stock

A gift of appreciated securities may provide you with enhanced tax benefits. Gifts of appreciated stock avoid capital gain tax and provide a charitable tax deduction all while supporting Rutgers Law School.  Gifts of stock are easily completed by electronic transfer.  

Gifts With Impact

In addition to their ongoing annual support, many of our alumni and friends pledge gifts that benefit specific areas where they wish to make a significant impact.  Pledges are be paid over time, usually over five years. Please contact us for details about making a gift of impact to support a specific area of the law school.

Investing in Student Success

Scholarship support is vital to achieving our ongoing goal of access for the brightest students, regardless of their financial situation.  Support can be given for two types of named scholarships: endowed scholarships, which provide a lasting investment and annual scholarships that can be renewed each year.  Both types of gifts can be pledged up to a five year period, and both can be named– after yourself, your family or a faculty member that greatly influenced your academic career.  Your affiliation with this scholarship could remain anonymous, should you choose.