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The James Madison Scholarship will support a second or third-year student enrolled full time at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University who is a member of the Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies.The Scholarship recipient will preferably have:
This Scholarship is the first of its kind, which serves to provide greater opportunity to the next generation of ASU Law Federalist Society members through financial support.
We are asking you to join in to help endow this scholarship so it can live on in perpetuity for future law students committed to the ideals of the Federalist Society. ASU can establish this endowment as soon as a minimum of $25,000 is raised!
Fundraising for the James Madison Scholarship is being conducted here: https://pitchfunder.asufoundation.org/project/13912. Suggested giving levels are indicated on the right side. However, if you do not see an amount that fits your desires, click on any amount and manually enter in your preferred gift amount.
The ASU Law Federalist Society plays an important role in fostering balanced debates on significant legal and policy issues. The "ASU chapter has flourished the last several years, and its leaders are ready to show what they can do on a national scale," said national Federalist Society President Eugene Meyer. "[It] has shown a strong commitment to intellectual rigor and robust debate."
The Scholarship was conceived by Grant H. Frazier, a third-year law student at ASU Law and Symposium Chair. Grant previously served as President of the Federalist Society ASU Law chapter, and now serves as the Chair for the 2019 National Federalist Society Student Symposium.
If you would like to make a multi-year pledge commitment, please contact Abby Muller at ASU Law at firstname.lastname@example.org or 480-727-0645. Your total pledge will be added to the campaign and will be reflected in the progress bar.
If $25,000 isn’t raised by June 30, 2023, your gift may be spent in its entirety to provide scholarship awards using the same criteria.