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UF Law Celebrates 110th Anniversary with New Culverhouse Challenge

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – University of Florida Levin College of Law is pleased to announce its third annual Culverhouse Challenge in honor of the 110th anniversary of UF Law. Hugh Culverhouse, from the UF Law Class of 1974, has committed to a 10:1 match of 1,000 donations of $110, for a total gift of $1.1 million […]

UF Law Announces Gerald A. Rosenthal Chair in Labor and Employment Law


University of Florida Levin College of Law is proud to announce the newly-endowed Gerald A. Rosenthal Chair in Labor and Employment Law. The new chair, designed to recruit a nationally-recognized expert in labor and employment law, is made possible through a $2 million gift from Gerald A. Rosenthal (JD 73) and his late wife, Ingrid […]

UF Law Names Admissions Office in Honor of Gerald (JD 65) and Joanne Schackow’s $500,000 Gift

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University of Florida Levin College of Law is proud to name its admissions office the “Gerald Schackow Admissions Office” in recognition of a $500,000 gift from UF Law alum and local attorney Gerald “Jerry” Schackow (JD 65) and his wife, Joanne. An unveiling celebration took place on Friday, Oct. 13, in the Marcia Whitney Schott […]

UF Law Completes Record $4.5 Million Fundraising Initiative

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More than 1,400 alumni and friends of the University of Florida Levin College of Law contributed $1.5 million to meet the Culverhouse Challenge, an initiative to unlock two $1.5 million matching donations from UF alum Hugh Culverhouse (JD 74) and UF Provost Joe Glover.

UF alumna Jane Sun contributes $1.8 million to UF Law

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A gift from UF alumna Jane Sun strengthens the global focus of UF Law by bringing top Chinese students to campus and placing UF Law students in Chinese companies. The $1.8 million gift will be used to provide scholarships to students from China seeking to study at UF and to support UF student externships in China.

Alum contributes $1 million to support LL.M. tax students

An anonymous UF Law alumnus contributed $1 million to the UF Law Taxation Program. The gift will establish The Graduate Tax Assistantship Fund, which will help UF Law provide financial aid to LL.M. students in the form of research assistantships. This support will allow UF Law to attract the best and most qualified LL.M. students.