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An Emory legal education is about more than practice. It is about ensuring our graduates are prepared to enter the workforce and make an immediate impact—whether that is in a law firm, in government, in public interest or in the corporate world.
From Trial Techniques or TI:GER to our Transactional Law Certificate Program or Field Placements, we work hard to ensure our students have the benefits of both outstanding classroom instruction coupled with experiential learning opportunities.
This new economic climate presents challenges to both our alumni and our students. It calls upon us to rethink normal ways of doing business and look for new and creative opportunities. For our students, this means ensuring their future in the legal profession is sound; it means making an Emory Law education more affordable so they can be free to pursue all career options available to them.
Through the generous support of our alumni and friends, we have worked hard to increase our tuition discount rate to be more in line with our peer institutions.
These are unique times. With your continued support, we can make a difference for future generations of Emory lawyers.
Why We Give
C. Robert Henrikson 72L
C. Robert Henrikson 72L and his wife, Mary, have made a $1 million gift to Emory Law for an endowed scholarship fund previously established by the couple. The C. Robert Henrikson Endowed Scholarship Fund, established in 2001, was created to recruit top students to Emory Law and to encourage diversity in the student body. more >>
Stephen F. Fusco 98C 01L
“The Barton Child Law and Policy Clinic was my single best experience in law school,” said Stephen F. Fusco 98C 01L. "The Clinic is helping to rewrite the juvenile code. It helped rewrite the Georgia Code regarding the pimping of minors while I was a student and provides DFCS training, in addition to the academic work and research.”