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Alumni-Funded Endowed Scholarships

Endowed Scholarship Funds at the School of Law

We are incredibly grateful to the many committed donors to the School of Law who have created endowed scholarship funds that make a lasting impact and benefit students every year. This list reflects the wide variety of donors: from individual alumni, to a specific graduating class from the School of Law, to law firms and foundations. Each of these scholarships helps us fulfill our mission to be an institution of opportunity and support for our students, and is a recognition on the part of our donors of the incredible work that the School of Law does to prepare the next generation of lawyers. 

Some scholarships are funded through multimillion dollar gifts to the School of Law from generous alumni, whereas others are more modest. Each has in common a commitment to the School of Law and our students, and we thank each of our donors for their generosity.

Endowed Funds Granting Full Scholarships

Full Scholarships for Law Students

Full scholarships will be available soon. Check back to see what scholarships are available for law students.

Endowed Funds Granting Partial Scholarships

Established by and/or in Honor of Alumni

JOSEPH ABOYOUN ENDOWED LAW SCHOLARSHIP

A scholarship is available to a returning law student based upon a combination of academic merit and financial need. The recipient should be in the top third of their class and concentrating their legal education through course work and experiential learning opportunities toward the area of transactional law. This scholarship was generously established by Joseph S. Aboyoun. Joseph is a 1978 graduate of Western New England University School of Law. Joseph is a partner in the New Jersey law firm, Aboyoun & Heller, LLC. A business lawyer, Joseph focuses his practice around automobile dealers and those with whom they do business, including sales and acquisitions, franchise disputes, and succession planning as well as being a skilled negotiator and mediator.

MAURICE H. BAITLER AND REBEKAH M. BAITLER SCHOLARSHIP

Scholarships are awarded to part-time evening law students who have demonstrated financial need. The scholarship is renewable when the student continues study at the University and makes satisfactory progress toward degree completion. This scholarship was established through the generosity of Maurice H. and Rebekah M. Baitler. Maurice received his law degree from Northeastern University-Springfield Division (now Western New England University) in 1942 and later went on to receive his LL.M in Taxation from Boston University. A partner in the law firm Baitler, LaCroix, & Fuller, Maurice practiced taxation law and once sat before the Massachusetts Supreme Court, along with his former partner Jean R. LaCroix, on a famous murder case involving Kenneth Chapin. Maurice was also a Free Mason and a former adjunct professor of law at the School of Law. Rebekah was a graduate of the Maine School of Business and worked for 15 years at the Springfield District Court in the Parking Ticket Office. Rebekah was a life member of the order of the Eastern Star, Madonna Chapter, and a former President of both the Agawam Women's Club and the Evening Alliance of the Unitarian Universalist Society. Rebekah also was a member of the American Civil Liberties Union; World Federalists, USA; Southern Poverty Law Center; Simon Wiesenthal Center of CA; and the MA Chapter Against the Death Penalty. Both Maurice and Rebekah were longtime residents of Wilbraham, MA.

RODNEY E. AND GAIL M. BLAKESLEY ENDOWED LAW SCHOLARSHIP

Scholarships are awarded to part-time evening law students who are in their third or fourth year, who demonstrate academic excellence, and who also may have financial need. This endowed scholarship fund was established by Rodney E. Blakesley, who received his undergraduate degree from Western New England University in 1962 and his law degree from the School of Law in 1969; and his wife Gail M. Blakesley, who received her undergraduate degree from the Western New England University in 1962. Rodney and Gail were devoted to Western New England and created the endowed fund through a charitable remainder trust they established specifically for this purpose.

THE PAUL BLOOM FAMILY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

Scholarships are made to returning evening law students with demonstrated financial need. Students must maintain a minimum average of a B, or its equivalent. Where there are two or more students that equally meet the above criteria then there is a preference for the scholarship to be awarded first to a student from Hampden County, Massachusetts. This scholarship was created through the generosity of Paul Bloom. Paul received his Bachelor of Law from Northeastern-Springfield Division (now Western New England University) in 1938. Paul was awarded an honorary Juris Doctor in 2001 from Western New England University.  Paul was married for 69 years to his beloved wife, Charlotte, who passed away in 2007. Together, Paul and Charlotte had two children, Elliot and the late Ronni Susan, who passed away in 1984. Paul has two grandsons from his son Elliot, Matthew and Jeffrey. Paul co-owned Bloom's Umbrella Company with his brothers, Jack and Herman. Bloom's later became a leader in selling cameras, copy machines and graphic arts materials for the printing trade, as well as became a successful mail order business. Paul also founded Key Productions, Inc., which ran trade shows across the United States. Paul was President of the Graphic Arts Association of America (GAAA). He organized and headed the New England Association of Exposition Managers (NEAM) which merged with the National Association of Exposition Managers (NAEM) and later became the International Association of Exposition Managers (IAEM). He was a member of the American Copy Dealers Association (ACDA), Industrial Photographic Dealers of America (IPDA), the Office Reproduction Dealers Association (ORDA), Industrial Photographic Dealers of America (IPDA), Council of Photographic Suppliers (COPS), The National Association Speakers Bureau and the Society of Show Organizers (SOSO). Paul was listed in The Who's Who in Finance and Industry, was a trustee of the Jewish Endowment Foundation for 20 years, was  Vice Chairman of the Longmeadow Zoning Board of Appeals for two decades, a member of Esoteric Lodge of Masons, a Shriner of Melha Temple and belonged to many other charitable, industrial, religious, and civic organizations.  Paul Bloom, businessman and philanthropist, passed away in January 2015 at the age of 99. 

JOHN H. BRECK III ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

A scholarship is available for a returning law student based on his or her financial need. This scholarship was generously endowed by John H. Breck III. John received his Juris Doctorate degree from the Western New England University School of Law in 1983 and he resides in Naples, Florida. He retired from the Minneapolis-based national accounting firm, CliftonLarsonAllen, LLP in April 2015. Prior to CliftonLarsonAllen, John was an attorney with the Massachusetts Department of Review (Estate Tax section).

BYRNES GUILLAUME SCHOLARSHIP

A scholarship is available to a law student with an achieved academic average of a B or higher.  There is a preference for a student who is either a member of the Black Law Students Association (BLSA) or who actively participates in BLSA sponsored activities. This scholarship is renewable provided the recipient continues to meet the minimum criteria. This scholarship was generously created by Byrnes Guillaume. Byrnes received his juris doctorate from Western New England University School of Law in 2006.  He is a solo practitioner with a growing practice in West Palm Beach, FL.

DAVID NELSON CASE ENDOWED MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

A scholarship is awarded annually to a part-time student who has completed at least two years of study. The recipient must be employed on a full-time basis, have a financial need, and rank in the upper half of the class. This fund was established in memory of David N. Case, Class of 1980, by his family.

JUDGE SIDNEY M. AND ANNE V. COOLEY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

This scholarship for law students with demonstrated academic merit and financial need was generously created by the late Judge Sidney M. and Mrs. Anne V. Cooley.  Judge Cooley served as a District Court Judge from 1960 until 1973, including a term as the Presiding Justice of the District Court of western Hampden County. A former Major in the U.S. Army, Judge Cooley was the recipient of the prestigious Bronze Star.  He began practicing law in 1946 with his older brother, Attorney Edward B. Cooley. In 1955, Judge Cooley and his brother formed the firm Cooley, Furcolo, and Cooley, the predecessor to the Cooley Shrair law firm in Springfield, MA. Judge Cooley received his law degree from Western New England University (then Springfield-Northeastern) in 1941. He received an honorary Doctor of Laws degree in 1984 and an honorary Juris Doctor in 2001 from Western New England University and honorary degrees from Westfield State University and Elms College. In 1986, Judge Cooley was named Outstanding Alumnus of the Year by Western New England University. Judge Cooley passed away in 2014.

Mrs. Cooley was a graduate of Louisiana State University and received a master’s degree in rehabilitation from Springfield College and an honorary degree from Elms College. She was an active volunteer for decades at Wesson Women’s Hospital at Baystate Medical Center, Meals on Wheels, the Jewish Nursing Home, the Massachusetts Association for the Blind, Rachel’s Table, the Gray House, and the Work Opportunity Center, having served on the board of directors of several of those organizations. Mrs. Cooley passed away in 2012.

Judge and Mrs. Cooley had both been recognized and honored with numerous community awards, including the prestigious William Pynchon Award. Their longstanding support of many Western New England University initiatives and endeavors was exemplary.

ROBERT A. EDWARDS ENDOWED LAW SCHOLARSHIP

A scholarship is available to a law student based upon a combination of academic merit and financial need. This scholarship was generously established by Martha Harrison, on behalf of the entire Edwards family, in memory of her father, Robert A. Edwards. Robert was a 1941 graduate of Northeastern University’s Springfield Division, now Western New England University, with a Bachelor of Laws degree. He was honored in 2001 with an honorary Juris Doctorate degree from Western New England University School of Law. A 45 year employee of Monarch Life Insurance Company, Robert was an Army veteran of World War II and an active member of several community and professional organizations. Through this scholarship his legacy lives on by inspiring future generations to achieve their life goals.

ARTHUR R. AND NANCY B. FINKELSTEIN SCHOLARSHIP

A scholarship is available to a law student starting in his or her second year based upon demonstrated financial need.  Provided the recipient continues to meet the criteria and remains in good standing this scholarship is renewable for the student’s subsequent years at the School of Law. This scholarship was generously created by Arthur R. and Nancy B. Finkelstein. Arthur received his juris doctorate from the School of Law in 1980. He is currently a solo practitioner in Newton, MA, focusing his practice in the areas of trusts and estates.

GRODSKY FAMILY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

This scholarship was established to assist the School of Law attract and retain students of the highest quality and prospect for the legal profession. The scholarship was established through the generosity of Ronald D. Grodsky, who graduated with from the School of Law with the Class of 1973.

JOANNE GRUMMEL ENDOWED MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

The Joanne Grummel Endowed Memorial Scholarship is based on academic success, extracurricular activities, and economic need. The scholarship was established through contributions by family and friends of Joanne Grummel L'83.

JERRY P. KATZ ENDOWED MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

A scholarship is available to a returning law student based upon academic merit. This scholarship was established by the Knight Family, in memory of Jerry P. Katz, a 1983 graduate of Western New England University School of Law. Jerry P. Katz was a founding partner in the Springfield law firm of Goldsmith, Katz and Argenio, P.C. His practice concentrated on real estate, bankruptcy, landlord/tenant, corporation and business planning, estate planning, and civil litigation.

AMY AND RICHARD L. KOHAN ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

A scholarship based on demonstrated financial need and academic merit is awarded to a full-time law student. For award to an incoming Western New England University School of Law student, academic merit is defined as being above the 75th percentile of the LSAT scores for that entering class; in order to retain the scholarship, the recipient must be in the top 25% of his or her School of Law class or selected for the Law Review. For award to a returning student, academic merit is defined as being in the top 25% of his or her School of Law class or selected for the Law Review. The scholarship can be used as a supplement to other financial aid. This endowed scholarship fund was established by Amy and Richard L. Kohan. Richard graduated from the School of Law with the Class of 1982.

SUZANNA ANSTINE NORBECK ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

A scholarship is available to a female law student who while attending law school is also raising a family. This scholarship was generously established by Suzanna Anstine Norbeck ’82JD. Suzanna is an ambassador for and founding member of Mediators Beyond Borders International. This non-profit organization is committed to providing peaceful dispute resolution teachings to global communities by building capacity, promoting mediation through advocacy, and providing mediation services. This is accomplished through the development and implementation of educational and public awareness programs for mediation, conflict management, and informal problem solving techniques. One of Suzanna's proudest successes through Mediators Beyond Borders International includes a seven-year involvement with the UNFCC-COPS, the UN annual climate change conference. An avid traveler, Suzanna resides in Osprey, FL.

LAW ALUMNI ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

Scholarships are awarded to returning law students who have demonstrated academic ability and have financial need. Funds supporting these scholarships have been donated by the School of Law alumni.

LEONARD AND BARBARA McCUE ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

A scholarship is available to a second-year full-time law student based upon a combination of financial need and merit. This scholarship is renewable for the recipient's third year provided the student continues to meet the above criteria.  This scholarship was generously created by Leonard and Barbara McCue. Leonard McCue is a 1982 graduate of the School of Law and is a principal in the law firm Leonard A. McCue & Associates in Bradenton, FL. Leonard and Barbara currently reside in St. Petersburg, FL.

WILLIAM F. McMYNE SCHOLARSHIP

A scholarship is awarded to an enrolling or existing part-time evening law student based on financial need. For an award to any currently enrolled student, their letter grade should be a B or higher or a GPA of 3.0 or higher. This scholarship was generously created by Michael McMyne is memory of his father. Michael received his law degree from the School of Law in 1990. Learn more about William McMyne, the man this scholarship honors, at www.billmcmyne.com.

JOHN M.P. O'MALLEY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

Awarded to a third-year evening law student who has demonstrated academic excellence and has financial need. The O'Malley Scholarship was established by friends of John M. P. O'Malley, Class of 1932, and a former adjunct professor at the School of Law.

THE PELLEGRINI FAMILY ENDOWNED SCHOLARSHIP ($36,439)

Scholarships are awarded to full- or part-time students with demonstrated financial need. Students can be enrolled in any of the Colleges of the University or the School of Law. At least twenty-five percent (25%) of the scholarship amount each year is to be awarded to an evening student(s) and at least twenty-five percent (25%) of the scholarship amount each year is to be awarded to a law student(s). The remaining awards may go to any student with financial need that meets the remaining criteria. This scholarship was established through the generosity of Gerard L. Pellegrini '57JD.

GERVINO RAABE LGBT ADVOCACY ENDOWED SCHOLARHIP ($1,000)  

A scholarship is available to a law student beginning in their first-year who has a history of volunteer work with in or for the benefit of the LGBT community. There is a preference for a student who combined with this spirit of advocacy has academic achievement that places them within the top 50% of the entering class and who continues to remain in the top 50% of the class in order to maintain the award into future years. Demonstrated financial need should be considered equally to academic achievement in selecting a qualified candidate. If the student continues to meet the criteria, the scholarship is renewable the student’s full time at the School of Law. The scholarship was established through the generosity of classmates, Elena Gervino ’88JD and Craig Raabe ’88JD.

JOAN D. AND JUDGE LUKE F. RYAN ENDOWED MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

A scholarship is awarded to a full or part-time student who has completed the first full year of law school, is of good character, is raising a family and has demonstrated financial need. There is a preference for a female student. This scholarship was generously created by Mary Rose Ryan O'Connell, her siblings, Maureen Ryan-Wise and W. Michael Ryan, and the rest of the Ryan family to honor their parents. Mary Rose, Maureen, and Michael all received their Juris Doctorate degrees from Western New England University School of Law; Mary Rose in 1981, Maureen in 1975, and Michael in 1976.

JEFFREY SAGALYN LAW SCHOLARSHIP

A scholarship is available to a law student based upon a combination of academic merit and financial need.  This scholarship is renewable for the student’s subsequent years at the University provided the student continues to qualify for the scholarship by maintaining good academic progress. This scholarship was generously established by Jeffrey B. Sagalyn, who received his juris doctorate from Western New England University School of Law in 1976.  Jeff is currently a solo practitioner in Chicopee, MA and together with his wife, Christine, resides in Wilbraham, MA.

CATHERINE BEAN STREET ENDOWED MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

A scholarship is awarded to a woman in her last year at the School of Law who is a member of the Western New England University Law Review. Recipients must have demonstrated a potential for professional excellence and have financial need. This scholarship was established in memory of Catherine Bean Street, Class of 1990, by family and friends.

MARJORIE A. SULLIVAN ENDOWED MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

An award is made to applicants who have demonstrated unusual determination in overcoming obstacles in order to pursue a legal education. This scholarship was established by family and friends of Marjorie Sullivan.

MARY C. SWORDS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

A scholarship is available to a returning law student who has studied or is currently studying through the School of Law a course that addresses issues related to Environmental Law. The scholarship was established by family and friends in memory of Mary C. Swords, a 1976 graduate of Western New England University School of Law. Mary was a tremendous contributor to her community, having served for over 30 years on the East Longmeadow Conservation Commission. Mary was responsible for helping the town acquire, primarily by donation, nearly 200 acres of land and open space during her tenure as Chairperson of the Conservation Commission.

THE GARY F. THOMAS LAW SCHOLARSHIP

A scholarship is available to a returning law student based on financial need. This scholarship was generously created by Gary F. Thomas, who received his law degree from the School of Law in 1976. Gary is president of The Wealth Technology Group based in Westfield, MA. The Wealth Technology Group provides wealth advisory, asset management, asset protection, and tax and retirement services to individuals, and businesses.

Established by a Graduating Class of the School of Law

CLASS OF 1979 LAW REVIEW SCHOLARSHIP

A scholarship is available to a law student based upon a combination of demonstrated financial need and academic merit. This scholarship was generously created by Jack S. White. Jack received his law degree from Western New England University in 1979. He currently is a shareholder and managing director at the law firm Welts, White and Fontaine in Nashua, NH.

CLASS OF 1979 ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

A scholarship is available to a returning law student who has demonstrated academic ability and financial need. This scholarship was generously created by members of the School of Law's Class of 1979.

CLASS OF 1983 ENDOWED LAW SCHOLARSHIP

A scholarship is available to a returning student in the School of Law with both demonstrated academic merit and financial need. This scholarship was generously created by the School of Law's Class of 1983 in honor of their thirteenth reunion.

CLASS OF 1984 ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

A scholarship is available to a returning law student who has demonstrated academic ability and financial need. This scholarship was generously created by members of the School of Law's Class of 1984.

Established by Firms, Foundations, and Other Friends of the School of Law

CANTOR COLBURN ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

A scholarship is available to a returning law student based upon a combination of academic merit and financial need. This scholarship was generously established by Cantor Colburn, one of the nation’s leading intellectual property law firms. The establishment of this scholarship was recommended by Philmore H. Colburn II, a 1991 graduate of Western New England University School of Law and a co-managing partner of Cantor Colburn.

KATHERINE M. CONNELL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

Scholarship assistance is granted to law students in financial need with preference given to students who graduated from high schools in Hampden County, Massachusetts. Miss Connell lived in Springfield and was for 32 years the first assistant registrar for the Hampden County Probate Court.

CATIC FOUNDATION ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

A scholarship is available to a returning student enrolled in the School of Law based on a combination of financial need and merit. There is a preference for a student who in their legal studies is concentrating in the area of real estate law. This scholarship was generously created by the CATIC Foundation, Inc. Founded in 1999, the CATIC Foundation, Inc. is the charitable arm of CATIC Financial, Inc. The Foundation's mission is to provide support to non-profit organizations and foundations with an emphasis on non-profit law centers and teaching organizations. CATIC is New England's largest domestic and only Bar-Related title insurance underwriter. The company has been in business for more than forty years and has seven offices throughout New England and issues its policies through a network of more than 3,000 attorney agents.

THE KLAK SISTERS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

This scholarship is awarded to a full-time, second-year law student who is in the top half of the student's class and shows indicia to participate effectively and responsibly in the legal profession. Preference will be given to a student who graduated from a secondary school in New England. The scholarship fund was established through the generosity of Helen A. Klak and is named for Helen and her three sistersJulia Klak, Jean Klak Wells, and Amelia Klak Sherry. Helen Klak worked for Western New England University from 1953 to 1966. She established this scholarship fund in recognition of the impressive growth and success of Western New England University and its School of Law.

LEVI/SEIDEN ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

A scholarship based on demonstrated financial need and academic merit is awarded to a full-time second year law student. Academic merit is defined as being in the top 25% of the student's School of Law class or selected for the Law Review. This endowed scholarship fund was established by a gift from The I.W. Foundation at the suggestion of Mark D. Levi, Class of 1976.

C. NORMAN PEACOR ENDOWED MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

A financial need scholarship is available to a returning law student from the Springfield, MA area who in his/her life has demonstrated civic and/or community involvement and academically has achieved a B average. This scholarship is renewable provided the recipient maintains a B average and continues to be involved in civic and/or community activities. This scholarship was established by the children and grandchildren of C. Norman Peacor in his memory. C. Norman Peacor was a business and civic leader who lived a life marked by dedicated civic involvement. Raising his family in Springfield and Monson, MA, Mr. Peacor was actively involved in various community organizations including the American Red Cross and the Salvation Army. He was President of the Boards of Directors of the Hampden County Radio Association and the Western Massachusetts section of Emergency Networks and Chairman of the Pioneer Valley United Way. A former member of the Board of Trustees of Western New England University from 1969-1994, Mr. Peacor spent most of his years as the Chairman of the Board and was honored with the title of Trustee Emeritus upon his retirement from the board. During his tenure on the board, Mr. Peacor was instrumental in helping to raise the money necessary to build D'Amour Library and in establishing the School of Law's full-time program. Mr. Peacor, a graduate of Tufts University (Bachelor of Arts, Cum Laude) and the University of Michigan (Masters in Mathematics), believed strongly in the power of education and in developing opportunities for people to contribute to their community. This scholarship is to help provide an opportunity for a Western New England law student to begin or continue to achieve their goal of a legal degree.

RED FOX ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

A scholarship is available to a second-year evening law student based upon financial need and a GPA of at least 3.0. This scholarship is renewable for the student's third and fourth years provided the student continues to demonstrate good academic performance and has financial need. This scholarship was created by the Red Fox Foundation, a tax-exempt entity devoted to empowering determined individuals who both dream big and work hard. The Red Fox Foundation is specifically supporting night school students because they have the strength to simultaneously work hard, raise their families and improve their lives.

DOROTHY F. SHEEHAN ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

A scholarship based on academic merit is awarded to a female applicant who has interrupted her education and is seeking to enter the School of Law. Preference is given to any woman who interrupted her education after college for marriage, child rearing, starting work, moving to a different location, or economic reasons. This scholarship was established by Mrs. Beatrice S. Nelen.

Established in Honor of a Faculty Member

DONALD J. DUNN ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

This merit scholarship is awarded to second-year law students who best exemplifies academic achievement beyond entrance expectations. The scholarship fund was established by family, friends and colleagues of Donald Dunn L'83 at the suggestion of the Board of Directors of the Law Alumni Association. The fund is a lasting tribute to Professor Dunn, who served the School of Law for 30 years, five of them as Dean.

CATHERINE J. JONES ENDOWED MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

A scholarship is awarded to a student entering his or her final year of law school who has demonstrated financial need and has solid academic skills. There is a preference for students who have demonstrated a strong interest in ethical decision-making issues that arise in the area of health law. In order to receive this scholarship a student must show a strong interest in the ethical decision-making issues that arise in the area of health law. If there is not a student that meets this criteria, the student that is awarded the scholarship will be required to enroll in a course that discusses the study of bioethics in order to meet this criteria.

JOHN J. O'CONNOR ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

A scholarship based on financial need is awarded to returning law students with preference given to students with disabilities. The scholarship fund was established in memory of John J. O'Connor, former acting dean of the School of Law and Professor of Law from 1963 to 1987.

GEORGE THOMPSON ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

This scholarship is awarded to a second-, third-, or fourth-year law student with demonstrated financial need and academic achievement. The award was established in memory of George Thompson, who taught at the School of Law.

Annual Scholarships at the School of Law

We are also grateful for the alumni, faculty, administration, staff, and other friends of the School of Law whose generosity enables the award of annual scholarships to students in need.

SCHOOL OF LAW ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP

Annually a scholarship is awarded to a student enrolled in the School of Law with demonstrated financial aid and merit. 

ROGER W. WADE ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP

A scholarship is available to a second-year law student who during his or her first-year best exemplified academic merit beyond expectations. This scholarship is renewable for the student’s subsequent years provided the student continues to maintain high academic progress. This scholarship was generously established by Roger W. Wade, a 1982 alumnus of the School of Law. Roger is a principal and founding partner of G.W. and Wade, Inc. G.W. and Wade serves successful entrepreneurs, professionals, and their families, providing extensive expertise in tax planning, investment management, retirement, and estate planning.

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