Alumni and Donors

Alumni and Donors

College of Law alumni are partners in our ongoing efforts to provide quality legal education.

Alumni and Donors

College of Law alumni are partners in our ongoing efforts to provide quality legal education.

When our students graduate, they are still a part of our tight-knit UT Law community as alumni. Our more than 7,900 alumni represent the College across the country and the world, located in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and 10 foreign countries.

UT Law alumni have launched into prominent and fulfilling careers in a variety of different fields. Whether their career leads them to work at law firm, public service or the business world, our alumni share the common bonds forged by the legal education they received here in Knoxville.

The Office of Development and Alumni Affairs serves as the primary point of contact, not only for our alumni, but also for our friends and supporters who make a difference in the lives of our students in so many different ways.

Our Donors

UT Law donors contribute financially to the current experiences and future successes of our students. Private financial support from donors is a critical piece of the law school’s funding model and we would not be able to offer the quality of education that we do today without private giving.

If you are a donor to UT Law, we thank you for your support.

If you are not a donor, we hope you will consider making an annual gift of any size to support our students

Learn more about giving opportunities and view a list of some of our donors.

Tom Wilson ('85)

Tom Wilson understands the importance of diversity of thought and varying points of view. As a labor and international employment attorney, Wilson helps companies connect with employees around the world. He negotiates with labor unions and handles issues for companies related to their labor relations. Read more about Wilson.

James Frank Wilson (’75)

James Frank Wilson believes by investing in the education of young people, and giving them the skills they need to succeed, you have the power to change lives. Read more about Wilson.

Angela Humphreys (’96)

When Angela Humphreys made the decision to fund the Humphreys Family Scholarship Endowment at the UT College of Law, she had two goals in mind.
Read more about Humphreys.

Our Donors

UT Law donors contribute financially to the current experiences and future successes of our students. Private financial support from donors is a critical piece of the law school’s funding model and we would not be able to offer the quality of education that we do today without private giving.

If you are a donor to UT Law, we thank you for your support.

If you are not a donor, we hope you will consider making an annual gift of any size to support our students

Learn more about giving opportunities and view a list of some of our donors.

Tom Wilson ('85)

Tom Wilson understands the importance of diversity of thought and varying points of view. As a labor and international employment attorney, Wilson helps companies connect with employees around the world. He negotiates with labor unions and handles issues for companies related to their labor relations. Read more about Wilson.

James Frank Wilson (’75)

James Frank Wilson believes by investing in the education of young people, and giving them the skills they need to succeed, you have the power to change lives. Read more about Wilson.

Angela Humphreys (’96)

When Angela Humphreys made the decision to fund the Humphreys Family Scholarship Endowment at the UT College of Law, she had two goals in mind.
Read more about Humphreys.

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Learn more about the giving opportunities with the College of Law

Update your information.

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Contact Us

Alumni and Development
1505 W. Cumberland Ave.
Knoxville, Tennessee 37996

Phone: 865-974-6691
Office:
 Suite 248
E-mail: 
cdupes@utk.edu

Contact Us

Alumni and Development
1505 W. Cumberland Ave.
Knoxville, Tennessee 37996

Phone: 865-974-6691
Office:
 Suite 248
E-mail: 
cdupes@utk.edu