Law Firm Giving
Law Firm Giving Program
2012-2013 LitiGator Giving Challenge
The LitiGator Giving Challenge is a competition that encourages law firms with multiple University of Florida law graduates to achieve 100% participation in the Annual Fund. The Annual Fund provides for quality, affordable legal education by covering expenses not met with state funds, tuition or endowment income. The Fund supports such things as: student research assistantships, student organizations, faculty research and scholarships, career development for students and alumni, outreach programs, alumni activities, and much more.
Firms with 2 or more University of Florida law graduates are eligible to participate. Firms are divided into two groups for the challenge:
- Group 1: Firms with 2-10 Gators
- Group 2: Firms with 11+ Gators
The goal of the challenge is to achieve 100% participation at law firms with at least 2 UF Law alumni. All gifts donated to the Levin College of Law Annual Fund between July 1st, 2012 and June 30th 2013, will be counted in the challenge results.
Gifts received between July 1st, 2012 and June 30, 2013 will be counted in this year’s challenge results.
How to Make a Gift
Visit the LitiGator Giving Challenge sign-up page to sign your firm up today or download the LitiGator Giving Challenge Pledge Form to sign a multi-year pledge commitment and receive annual reminders. Send completed pledge forms to Lauren Wilcox at: firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to (352) 392-0644.
Firms that achieve 50-99% and 100% participation will be featured on the law school’s website and recognized in law school publications. This will be determined by submission of all participation materials sent to Lauren Wilcox.