2021 Recognition Dinner Donations
Among the many things COVID-19 has affected is Nashville School of Law’s Annual Recognition Dinner, now the for second year in a row. As this is the largest source of fundraising for the School each year, supporters are encouraged to help in any way they can with financial support for NSL.
Your donation is fully tax-deductible and appreciated by the hard-working students who have continued their studies despite a shift to online classes and exams. We look forward to the return of in-person classes this year the next Annual Recognition Dinner on June 10, 2022.
Thank you for your support.
Nashville School of Law is a non-profit institution that prides itself on offering the most affordable legal education in Tennessee. Students can earn a J.D. for less than the cost of one year at any private law school in the state. An economical cost does not mean inferior quality. The School’s faculty brings more than 1,200 years of practical experience as attorneys and judges to the students. Nashville School of Law’s curriculum has been certified as substantially equivalent to the curriculum at an ABA-accredited law school.
The School’s curriculum is designed to prepare and empower its students for professionally rewarding and financially sustainable careers. Many of our graduates work in the public and nonprofit sectors, in business, and in other private practice settings in underserved communities across the state.
Your donation helps maintain this quality at the most affordable cost. The full amount of your donation goes to offset the cost of tuition. Thank you for considering the School in your charitable giving.
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Or, mail your donation to:
Nashville School of Law
4013 Armory Oaks Dr.
Nashville, TN 37204
Nashville School of Law is a 501(c)(3) organization. Please consult your tax professional or the IRS to determine whether your contribution is deductible.
The Gift of Time & Expertise
The School and its students also rely heavily on the mentorship of others in the legal community. Lawyers know that, throughout one’s career, the guidance and assistance of others is an invaluable asset. To that end, the School’s two-year Rigorous Writing Program enlists judges and attorneys from across Tennessee to assist students in preparing a 15-20 page assignment on significant legal topic.
If you are interested in becoming a mentor, please fill out this interest survey and the School will contact you in the fall when mentor matches are made.