We have officially changed our stripes! Chancellor’s Council is now the Law Dean’s Council. We have the same purpose and benefits but a new name to reflect the leadership of Dean Thomas Galligan.
Renew or become a member of the Dean’s Council by giving at lsufoundation.org/lawdeanscouncil (as a one-time payment or by installments), or download the Dean’s Council gift form and mail to: LSU Law Center, c/o LSU Foundation, 3796 Nicholson Drive, Baton Rouge, LA 70802.
Leadership and Members
Danny Cavell (’80) assumed leadership of the Dean’s Council in July 2017.
Join the Dean’s Council
The Dean’s Council is the leadership giving level of the Annual Fund. Members make an annual unrestricted contribution to the Law Center of $1,000 or more. Graduates of 5 years or fewer may join for $500, and those out of law school for 10 years or fewer may join for $750. Gifts may be pledged over 12 months.
- 10% discount at The Cook Hotel & Conference Center (exclusions may apply)
- 20% discount on tickets for Swine Palace performances – www.swinepalace.org
- Advance notice and special invitations to events of interest at the Law Center
- Inclusion in our donor honor roll
Did you know that your Law Dean’s Council membership counts toward your class giving effort (for you reunion-bound alumni) as well as to your firm’s participation numbers in the Annual Fund competition?
Call Mimi Plauche at 225/578-8452, or send an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) for information about Dean’s Council membership.
Donations may be made by check or credit card. Checks are made payable to the LSU Foundation (notation LSU Law Center Dean’s Council). Payments can be made as a one-time transaction or by installments. Payments may also be made through online giving.
- Download Dean’s Council gift form
|DEAN’S COUNCIL GIFT LEVELS|
|$10,000 – $24,999|
|Partners in Excellence|
|$5,000 – $9,999|
|$2,000 – $4,999|
|$1,000 – $1,999 (grads of 11 or more years)
$750 (grads of 6 – 10 years)
$500 (grads of 5 years or less)
Thank you for your interest in supporting LSU Law!