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Dexter Hobbs 3L
President, Class of 2017

The 3L Class Gift

Dear members of the Class of 2017,

The class gift is a long-standing tradition at Carolina Law. Each year, 3Ls come together to give back in thanks to a place that has given us so much. Law school is only three years. Being a Tar Heel is forever, and the 3L Class Gift cements our legacy by providing for the next generation of Carolina Law students.

Make your gift today!




This year we have two goals:

  • Achieve 65% participation in giving (a gift of any amount counts!)
  • Build on the success of previous classes to ensure the 3L Class Gift Fund hits $50,000

The fund will support unrestricted scholarships or public interest summer grants, ensuring that Carolina Law students will continue to have the opportunities and experiences needed to excel as a lawyer and a leader – the same opportunities that were valuable for us.

Reasons to Give

  • Our dedication to our alma mater inspires older classes and future alumni alike
  • The engagement of current students and alumni bolsters the reputation of both our school and our degree
  • Each gift carries on the proud tradition of alumni support at Carolina Law
  • The Class of 2017 is in a unique position to the be the class that ensures the 3L Class Gift Fund reaches $50,000, which is threshold for it to start benefiting students – so every single gift matters, regardless of amount

For additional questions, contact Jamie Frampton, assistant director for Annual Giving, at 919.445.0184 or


Dexter Hobbs 3L
President, Class of 2017

UNC School of Law | Van Hecke-Wettach Hall | 160 Ridge Road, CB #3380 | Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3380 | 919.962.5106

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