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The Office of Alumni Relations & Development works to maximize the benefits that our students and the Law School receive from charitable donations and provides greater fiscal accountability and stewardship to our donors. We exist to provide the highest level of service and financial support while maintaining fiscal integrity.

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A Message from Interim Dean Julie Spanbauer

Interim Dean Julie M. Spanbauer

As Interim Dean of University of Illinois Chicago School of Law, it is my great honor to serve Chicago and carry the Law School’s history of opportunity, inclusion, innovation, and excellence forward into the future. Since I joined the law faculty in 1990, I have seen firsthand the critical role our alumni and friends play in supporting the work that we do at the Law School and enabling us to advance legal education and the legal profession.

I ask that you support the Law School by clicking on the Give Now button and making a gift. We need your help to continue to provide scholarships that attract and retain bright students, to operate our Community Legal Clinics that teach our students valuable practical skills, to provide pro bono legal services to the surrounding community, and so much more.

When you join us as a donor or renew your gift to the Law School, you help us fulfill our mission and change lives.

Thank you in advance.

Julie Spanbauer
Interim Dean, University of Illinois Chicago School of Law

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Current Initiatives

Academic Programs

Academic Programs

Improve Our Students’ Academic Opportunities.

Community Legal Clinic Space at 19 W. Jackson Boulevard

Support Student Experience-Based Learning.

Signature Annual Events

2016 Braun Symposium

Support Student Experience-Based Learning

Annual Fund

Students Work on Legal Brief

Support the Most Pressing Needs of the Law School.

Student Scholarships


Provide Students in Need with Financial Assistance.

Campus Improvements

Campus Improvements

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