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New endowments support students

The following student support endowments were established in Fiscal Year 2022. (September 1, 2021 through August 31, 2022)

Atlanta Law School Foundation Scholarship Endowment Created in honor of the Atlanta Law School Foundation and David H. Flint 71L (deceased), it supports students who demonstrate financial need and who have served in the military, who are supporting families while in school, and/or who are pursuing law school as a pathway to a second career.

Class of 1997 Diversity Scholarship Endowment Established by an anonymous donor, this scholarship will provide support for Emory Law students with a preference for underrepresented students. The donor seeks to encourage classmates to provide additional support to this fund as a tribute to the Class of 1997.

Greenberg Family Scholarship Endowment

Geoffrey W. Emery 86L Scholarship Endowment

George S. Bobinski and Mary F. Bobinski Scholarship Endowment Established by Dean Mary Anne Bobinski and Holly J. Harlow in honor of George S. Bobinski and Mary F. Bobinski and in recognition of their profound commitment to the transformative power of education. This scholarship will support Emory Law students with demonstrated financial need.

The Linda and Christopher Patrick Ford Promise of Justice Award Endowment supports summer public interest internships for Emory Law students. The grant recognizes lawyers’ duty to uphold justice for all.

Yip Scholarship Endowment This scholarship will provide merit-based scholarship support to Emory Law students with demonstrated financial need.

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