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Firm Campaign

The 2013-2014 Firm Campaign will begin on October 31, 2013 and will conclude on December 31, 2013.

Each year, firms with four or more alumni join together to support Carolina Law in the annual Firm Campaign. The Firm Campaign is a great way to bolster the Carolina Law community within a firm, while helping make Carolina Law one of the finest public law schools in the nation. A critical component of the Law Annual Fund, the Firm Campaign touches more than 10% of Carolina Law alumni.

In addition to helping Carolina Law with its public mission, participating firms will receive a number of benefits exclusively associated with the Firm Campaign:

  • Firm name and participation level displayed prominently on the new Honor Roll Donor Wall in Van Hecke-Wettach Hall
  • Firm name and participation level listed in the fall edition of Carolina Law Magazine
  • Upon attaining 100% participation (platinum level), firm name will be listed on the Web site and LCD screens in Van Hecke-Wettach Hall

In fiscal year 2013, 75% of participating alumni contributed $433,590 to benefit UNC School of Law through this important campaign. This year, with your support and the support of your colleagues, we will continue to strive to become the finest, truly public law school in the nation.

Thank you for supporting Carolina Law.

For more information on how your firm can participate in the 2013-2014 Firm Campaign, please contact:

Dana Dubis
Director of Annual Giving
dubis@email.unc.edu
919.445.0166

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