Law school receives scholarship gift

The School of Law recently received $568,000 from Edwin A. Heafey to establish a law student scholarship endowment.

Santa Clara University School of Law recently received a gift of $568,000 to establish a law student scholarship endowment. The gift was a bequest from the estate of Edwin A. Heafey, a longtime friend of the University and School of Law.

The gift, according to Dean Donald J. Polden, “is a reminder of the importance of supporting access to the legal profession and will materially advance the law school’s achievement of its capital campaign goals.”

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