Invest in UCLA Law

Your support ensures the excellence of our institution, a dynamic educational experience for our students and the enduring value of a UCLA Law degree.

Please consider joining the UCLA Law Dean’s Circle, our leadership giving society. Membership in the Dean’s Circle provides you access to special communications and invitation-only networking events.

The UCLA Foundation’s federal taxpayer ID is 95-2250801.

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Ways to Give

  • Make a Gift by Mail

    Make your check payable to the UCLA Foundation.

    Mail Check to:
    The UCLA Foundation
    PO Box 7145
    Pasadena, CA 91109-7145

    If using FedEx/UPS/DHL to send:
    The UCLA Foundation
    Attn: Patrick Bruno
    Lockbox 7145, 14005 Live Oak Ave
    Irwindale, CA 91706-1300

    Please indicate UCLA Law and the fund designation on the memo line of your check.

  • Gifts of Securities

    For gifts of stock and bonds, please use our securities transfer form.

    To provide necessary donor information, please notify UCLA by e-mail at prior to transferring securities. If you have any questions, please call 310.794.3333.

  • Wire Transfers

    To wire funds to UCLA Law, please use our wire transfer instruction form.

    Please notify UCLA by e-mail at prior to transferring any gift. If you have any questions, please call UCLA at 310.794.3333.

  • Estate Gifts

    Estate and planned gifts are a great way to support UCLA Law while taking advantage of available tax benefits. To learn more about making a gift through your will trust, or other planned giving vehicles, visit UCLA Gift Planning.

    To discuss your charitable planned giving, please contact or 310.206.1121.

Disclosures for Prospective Donors

To view disclosure statements for prospective donors, visit the UCLA Foundation disclosures page

For questions about giving to UCLA Law, please contact us.


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