Featured Giving Opportunities
The Cecil Allan Fraser Bursary provides financial support to Black Canadian or Visible minority/Racialized students enrolled in any year of the JD degree program in the Facult ... (Learn More)
In an effort to grow and draw attention to a critical area of need, the Faculty of Law has established the “Law Fund Leaders” program to recognize leadership gifts to this imp ... (Learn More)
As part of its ongoing response to COVID-19, Queen’s Law is dedicated to help students with immediate and short-term financial challenges posed by the pandemic. (Learn More)
The Queen’s Law community mourns the loss of our beloved teacher, colleague, and friend, Professor Art Cockfield, Law’93. (Learn More)
To commemorate Mark’s tenure and support the vital and enduring project of reconciliation, we hope you will consider a gift to the Indigenous Faculty Resource Fund. (Learn More)
This award aims to recognize and celebrate the exceptional achievements of incoming Black Canadian students who have shown outstanding academic abilities and leadership potent ... (Learn More)
There is no better way for students to apply classroom theory than to work in a real-life setting under the close supervision of experienced practitioners. (Learn More)
Unrestricted funds are essential so that the faculty can address urgent needs and take advantage of emerging opportunities. (Learn More)
You know the quality of a Queen's Law education. We're building on six decades of that tradition by ensuring young legal minds in Canada can access everything Queen's Law has ... (Learn More)
The Centre for Law in the Contemporary Workplace, the first of its kind in Canada, provides an intellectual nexus for the labour and employment law community. (Learn More)
Established to support training in advocacy, an integral part of the students' legal education in the Faculty of Law. (Learn More)
The Queen's Business Law Clinic Endowment Fund was established to support the functions and operations of the Queen's Business Law Clinic at Queen's Faculty of Law. (Learn More)
Established to provide modest grants to students registered in the Faculty of Law to enable them to participate in projects that will provide beneficial leadership experience ... (Learn More)
Queen's Faculty of Law established The Robert Sutherland Fellowship in Law to honour Robert Sutherland, British North America's first black lawyer, and the first person of Afr ... (Learn More)
The Cecil Allan Fraser Bursary provides financial support to Black Canadian or Visible minority/Racialized students enrolled in any year of the JD degree program in the Facult ... (Learn More)
To commemorate Mark’s tenure and support the vital and enduring project of reconciliation, we hope you will consider a gift to the Indigenous Faculty Resource Fund. (Learn More)
In an effort to grow and draw attention to a critical area of need, the Faculty of Law has established the “Law Fund Leaders” program to recognize leadership gifts to this imp ... (Learn More)
This award aims to recognize and celebrate the exceptional achievements of incoming Black Canadian students who have shown outstanding academic abilities and leadership potent ... (Learn More)
There is no better way for students to apply classroom theory than to work in a real-life setting under the close supervision of experienced practitioners. (Learn More)
As tuition and costs of living rise, ensuring that a quality legal education remains accessible requires substantial support for students with financial needs. (Learn More)
Unrestricted funds are essential so that the faculty can address urgent needs and take advantage of emerging opportunities. (Learn More)
The David Farrell Law'64 Award (Learn More)
Law 1989 – Halldor Bjarnason Bursary (Learn More)
Experiential Learning Fund (Learn More)
The Dennis Cole Memorial Bursary (Learn More)
The Class of Law 1980 is raising funds to support the Law'80 Visiting Lecturer Fund. (Learn More)
The Michelle McKelvey Award in Family Law and The Charles Feldman Student Summer Internship Program (Learn More)
The Class of Law 1968 is supporting the Professor H.R.S. Ryan Scholarship which is awarded to students with the highest standing in Evidence. (Learn More)
The Class of Law 1990 is raising funds to support the Experiential Learning Fund. (Learn More)
The Law 1985 Award gives our class the opportunity to support JD students, regardless of their individual backgrounds, with a quality legal education in the Faculty of Law. (Learn More)
Fred Delaney's Last Pro-Bono Award (Learn More)
The Mary Alice Murray Memorial Award (Learn More)
The Douglas Traill Memorial Bursary or The Law '76 Bursary (Learn More)
The Class of Law 1995 is raising funds to support the Faculty of Law Bursary. (Learn More)
The Class of Law 1972 is raising funds to support the Law 1972 Award. (Learn More)
The Class of Law 1970 is raising funds to support the Experiential Learning Fund. (Learn More)
Queen's Law School Fund and the Dean Bill Flanagan International Studies Award (Learn More)
Experiential Learning Fund (Learn More)
Queen’s Faculty of Law Bursary Fund (Learn More)
Class contributions are allocated to the Experiential Learning Fund which supports the law school’s five clinical programs: Queen’s Legal Aid and the Business Law, Elder Law, ... (Learn More)
Queen’s Faculty of Law Bursary (Learn More)
Queen's Faculty of Law Bursary (Learn More)
In honour of their 45th reunion, the Class of Law 1978 is supporting the Experiential Learning Fund and the Queen's Faculty of Law Bursary. (Learn More)
The Law’66 Book Prize (Learn More)
Experiential Learning Fund (Learn More)
Experiential Learning Fund (Learn More)
The Class of Law 2010 is raising funds to support the Experiential Learning Fund. (Learn More)
David Allgood Fund in Law (Learn More)
The Queen's Law Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Indigenization (EDII) Fund in memory of Rosemary Ofei-Aboagye King (Learn More)
To establish the Law ’86 Bursary endowment to support students in the J.D. or joint J.D. programs on the basis of demonstrated financial need. (Learn More)
Vic Freidin, Law'71 Memorial Award (Learn More)
Law'81 Clinical Programs Fund (Learn More)
The Class of Law 2022 have launched a class campaign with the goal of raising $12,500 to establish an expendable bursary, the “Law ’02 Bursary” in celebration of their 20th re ... (Learn More)
The Class of Law 1992 is supporting the Queen’s Law School Fund – a discretionary fund supporting some of the most critical and powerful aspects of the Queen’s Law education, ... (Learn More)
Established in honour of their 40th reunion, the Law 1982 Bursary is an endowed fund awarded based on demonstrated financial need to law students with preference given to Indi ... (Learn More)
To commemorate their 50th anniversary, the Class of Law 1967 launched a fundraising campaign with the goal of raising $50,000 to establish an endowed bursary by their 55th reu ... (Learn More)
The Class of Law 2003 is supporting the Experiential Learning Fund which supports the law school’s five clinical programs: Queen’s Legal Aid and the Business Law, Elder Law, F ... (Learn More)
Class contributions are allocated to the Experiential Learning Fund which supports the law school’s five clinical programs: Queen’s Legal Aid and the Business Law, Elder Law, ... (Learn More)
The Class of 1973 is supporting the Stuart Delisle Criminal Law Fund which supports and expands the criminal law programs at Queen's Law. (Learn More)
The Class of Law 1993 is supporting Professor Arthur Cockfield Memorial Award in Law in memory of their dear classmate and friend. (Learn More)
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