Donations

  • Thank you for donating to GMU Law's Student Bar Association! All funds will be used for events that further the SBA's purpose of creating a positive environment for all students. *All donations are tax deductible.

  • Please consider donating to GMUSL's Business Law Society. The mission of the Business Law Society is to educate the student body about topical issues in the field of business law, help students explore career opportunities, and promote the school and its students to the business and legal communities. Any amount helps us host interesting and informative events for our students. All donations are tax-deductible.

  • Your donation will allow Equality Alliance to help students attend career fairs and conferences across the nation to build their LGBTQ+ legal and advocacy network, help EA host transgender clinics to connect pro bono attorneys and law students with local transgender clients who need legal assistance to legally change their names and gender markers on vital government documents and host events to connect students, alumni, and other legal professionals on campus.

  • Thank you for considering a donation to the Federalist Society chapter at Scalia Law. Donated funds enable the Chapter to host on-campus events that facilitate debate, educate students on pressing topics, or provide networking opportunities. All donations are tax-deductible.

  • Please consider donating to GMUSL's Intellectual Property Law Society, as every donation contributes to furthering our organization’s mission at every level. We aim to promote students' exposure to different areas of intellectual property law practice. We also support students' experience in gaining skills applicable to intellectual property litigation. All donations are tax-deductible.

  • Thank you for your donation to the International Law Journal. Your funds will be used for alumni events, candidate member orientation and training as well as publication, administrative, and symposium expenses. All donations are tax-deductible.

  • Please consider donating to Scalia Law School's Journal of Law, Economics, and Policy ("JLEP"). Each contribution is used for the advancement of legal scholarship in the three areas of law, economics, and policy. JLEP is a rarity in the student-run journal world because the pieces placed into our issues are peer-reviewed. As the first student-run journal of law and economics, it is our goal to provide legal professionals at every level with valuable information All donations are tax-deductible.

  • Please consider donating to ASLS Moot Court Board. Donations fund member fellowship, awards banquets, and extramural travel for our coaches. All donations are tax-deductible.

  • The GEORGE MASON LAW REVIEW continues to attract new and important scholarship with the help of dedicated alumni and generous law firms. GMLR relies on financial supporters to continue publishing articles and hosting symposia on today’s most important legal questions. Our supporters help keep George Mason University’s flagship law review running and help provide invaluable opportunities to tomorrow’s attorneys.

  • Please consider donating to GMUSL's Trial Advocacy Association, as every amount contributes to furthering our organization’s mission at every level. We strive to give students a worthwhile and educational experience in litigating and gaining applicable skills. All donations are tax-deductible. Please visit our website for more information. https://www.law.gmu.edu/students/orgs/taa

  • The Virginia Bar Association (VBA) Pro Bono Society at GMUSL encourages and enables law students to render assistance to members of the community in need of legal services. By donating, you have a chance to promote equal access to justice and give back to your community. Your donation will help GMUSL students serve the public interest and become impactful attorneys. *All donations are tax deductible.

  • Law Students for the Second Amendment (LS2A) is a student organization at Antonin Scalia Law School dedicated to educating the next generation about the meaning and application of the Second Amendment. LS2A believes in the individual right to keep and bear arms that is secured by the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution.