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Reunion class giving is a powerful way to give back collectively to Queen’s Law, thereby by creating a meaningful class legacy.

Alumni have a long tradition of generously giving back to the school to mark milestone anniversaries of their graduation. 

Without the generous support from alumni like you, many of our programs, scholarships, and upgrades would not be possible. Your collective gifts not only help Queen’s Law remain one of the top law schools in the country, but also increase the value of your degree.

 

Featured Giving Opportunities

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 reunion in 2022. (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 reunion in 2022. (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 Indigenous students. (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 Indigenous students. (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, from student experi ... (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, from student experi ... (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 reunion. (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 reunion. (Learn More)