Class of 1973 Endowed Scholarship



To commemorate their 50th anniversary milestone year, ’73 classmates established the Class of 1973 Endowed Scholarship.

The 1973 class took a chance on this little known law school, when the first buildings were erected on the campus in the midst of Tryon Creek State Park. What made Northwestern School of Law School of Lewis & Clark College different from other institutions? Perhaps it was the convenience of an evening program or the access to enthusiastic and accomplished professors. Regardless of the reason, the class of 1973 worked hard and graduated with the skills to embark on their careers and life adventures. Now members of the class are spear-heading the chance to pay it forward.

The Class of 1973 Endowed Scholarship is awarded to an incoming student to support their legal education.

There are many ways to participate with a gift, the most convenient is to give online at go.lclark.edu/law/1973.