Alumni & Giving / Giving / Leadership Giving print Making a Difference Endowed Scholarships Moot Court Seats Other Naming Opportunities Residence Hall Fund and Naming Opportunities Enduring Gifts Brooklyn Law School’s endowed scholars program is rooted in the generosity of generations of alumni and friends of the Law School. In these uncertain economic times, our graduates are entering a challenging employment environment. It is more important than ever that we support their ambitions and help reduce their debt burdens. Our goal is to increase the number of our scholarships by ten percent every year until we reach 200 scholarships by 2015. When establishing an endowed scholarship, donors have the opportunity to name the fund in honor or in memory of someone who has touched their lives. Listed below are our new scholarships this year. We hope they inspire you to contact Ursula Vesala at (718) 750 -7516 to discuss how you can do more for the next generation of BLS students. Read the full list of scholarships. New Endowed Scholarships Henry Dachinger Scholarship A scholarship established in memory of Henry Dachinger, Class of 1960, through a generous bequest from his estate, to be awarded to a deserving student. Note: Preference, but not condition, is for a refugee or a descendent of a refugee. Marina Medina and Marilu Maria D. Galván Scholarship A scholarship awarded annually to a deserving first-year evening student of Dominican Republic heritage. Judge Theodore T. Jones Jr. Scholarship This scholarship, created by the Brooklyn Bar Association, celebrates Judge Jones’ long and distinguished career in public service as a judge of the New York State Court of Appeals and of the New York State Supreme Court in Kings County and as a criminal defense lawyer for The Legal Aid Society. Judge Jones was known for being extremely knowledgeable on the law and committed to equal justice for everyone who entered the New York State Court System. This scholarship is awarded each year to a deserving student who exemplifies these traits. Robert A. and Shirley Levitt Scholarship A scholarship created by the late Robert A., Class of 1939, and Shirley Levitt, who resided in both New York City and Greensboro, North Carolina, to be awarded to a deserving student in need of financial assistance. June A. McCarron Scholarship A scholarship created by the late Phillip F. Macaron in loving memory of his wife, June A. McCarron, Class of 1958, to be awarded to deserving women students. Click here to make a gift online. Related Links: Attend an Event Join the Alumni Association Symposia and Lectures Faculty Scholarship Join Our Alumni Social Networks Brooklyn Rising Annual Report Have questions? We have answers. Ursula Vesala Director of Development Brooklyn Law School 250 Joralemon Street Brooklyn, NY 11201 Tel: (718) 750 -7516 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Special thanks to alumni, friends and family who gathered on the Intrepid to honor BLS trustee emeritus Robert B. Catell’s distinguished 50-year career.