Ways to Give

How can I make a gift?  New England Law makes it easy by offering a variety of ways to give.

Pay by check

Mail your gift to 154 Stuart Street, Boston, MA 02116. Make checks payable to “New England Law | Boston.”

Pay by credit card

Call the Office of Development and Alumni Relations at 617-422-7422 to pay by credit card or use our secure online form. Your gift can be a single payment or equal installments over a specified number of months.

Donate Online

Set up a recurring gift

The law school will charge your credit card the amount you designate each month, and you will be notified before your card is charged.

Why should I consider a recurring gift?

A monthly or multi-year pledge can help you keep track of your giving, cut down on annual solicitations, and make it easy to support the Annual Giving Program each year.

Increase your impact through a matching gift

Many companies and organizations match the value of charitable gifts made by alumni, their spouses, friends, and others. Contact your company's human resources department to find out if it has a matching gift program. If so, check "My company will match my gift" on your donor envelope or online form, and we will submit your request to your employer to double or triple your contribution.

What is a memorial or tribute gift?

One of the most thoughtful ways to support New England Law is with a gift made in memory or in honor of a fellow graduate, professor, or loved one who shares your appreciation of the legal education offered by New England Law.

New England Law accepts gifts of stocks, bonds, and mutual funds

Please review the “Instructions for gifts of stocks, bonds, and mutual funds” or contact the Office of Development and Alumni Relations for more information. [New England Law’s Tax ID number is 04-2152671.]

What is the deadline for making a contribution?

The Annual Giving Program ends each year on June 30, the end of our fiscal year.


Thank you for your contribution to the Annual Giving Program. Your support allows us at New England Law to continue our tradition of educating lawyers who will make a difference in the world.