Reunion: Homecoming Weekend will be held on October 16-18, 2020. We urge everyone to reserve these days to join in the celebration as our class is inducted into the Queen’s Tricolour Guard.
Class Fund: Experiential Learning Fund
Support for the Experiential Learning Fund ensures the continuance of hands-on learning programs that virtually all Queen’s Law students benefit from. In an exciting development, all five clinical programs including Queen’s Legal Aid and Queen’s Business Law, Elder Law, Family Law and Prison Law (formerly the Correctional Law Project) clinics have been consolidated into a single downtown space in order to share resources and increase accessibility for the community. Many of us had the opportunity to visit the Law Clinics at Homecoming and speak with students participating in the clinical programs which truly benefits the Kingston community.
Class Goal: Our goal is twofold; we are focusing our efforts on achieving a high rate of class participation and hope to raise $100,000 by year end.
Donations can be made with a single payment gift or a multi-year pledge with payments spread over a maximum of 5 years. Contributions of any size are welcome! Please help us to reach our goal.
"We think the clinical programs are a win-win, and with this gift our class will be enhancing the quality of future Queen's Law graduates."
All donations made within Canada and the US are fully tax deductible.
Law ’70 Class Gift Committee: