Make a donation

To make your gift by credit card, the fastest and easiest way is to use the Online Giving Links below. Alternatively, you may click HERE for a gift form, and send the completed form to us by email (lawlink@nus.edu.sg) or by mail to the following address:

    Alumni Relations & Development
    NUS Law
    469G Bukit Timah Road,
    Eu Tong Sen Building,
    Singapore 259776
 
To make your gift by cheque, send your crossed cheque made out to “National University of Singapore” together with the completed gift form to the above address. Do write the name of your chosen gift fund on the back of the cheque.
 

Online Giving Links

NUS Law Fund

By giving to this fund, you enable the Dean to channel resources to where they are most needed.

NUS Law Student Support Fund

Your gift to this fund will support NUS Law students through bursaries, scholarships, grants and other forms of financial aid, enabling them to develop to their full potential regardless of financial background. This fund will also be used to support and enhance student learning and student activities. The Dean will have discretion to allocate funds where they are most needed for the greatest benefit of our students.

Lee Sheridan Legal Education Fund

Your gift to this Fund, set up in honour of Professor Lee Sheridan, the founding Dean of NUS Faculty of Law, will be used to fund visiting professorial appointments, scholarships and bursaries.

Ahmad Ibrahim Prize in Islamic Law

This fund was championed by the Muslim Law Practice Committee of the Law Society of Singapore to honour the memory of Professor Ahmad Ibrahim, who was Singapore’s first Attorney-General and who contributed significantly to the development of Islamic Law in Singapore. Your gift will enable the Faculty to establish this prize for the best student in the module Islamic Law.

Chandra Mohan K Nair Scholarship

Susan de Silva '83 and Chandra Mohan K Nair '76 established this scholarship to recognise and encourage exceptional personal qualities in NUS Law students as much as their scholastic achievements. These qualities are being honourable, service to the community, acting with personal courage and integrity, and idealism. Your gift to this fund will continue to encourage students in their wholistic development.

Class of 1986 Scholarship Fund

The NUS Law Class of 1986 established a fund to provide scholarships to financially needy and academically meritorious NUS Law students. Your gift to this fund will help to support needy law students through law school.

Class of 1987 Bursary

This bursary was established by the NUS Law Class of 1987 in conjunction with their 20th Anniversary since graduation. Your gift to this fund will help to support needy law students through law school.

Class of 1992 Bursary

This bursary was established by the NUS Law Class of 1992 in conjunction with their 25th Anniversary since graduation. Your gift to this fund will help to support needy law students through law school.

Class of 2008 Bursary

Alumni from the NUS Law Class of 2008 are raising funds to establish this bursary to commemorate their 10th Anniversary since graduation, and to help needy law students. Every gift matters!

Elizabeth Ng Siew Kuan Prize in International Patent Law, Policy and Practice

This Prize was set up to honour the late Associate Professor Elizabeth Ng Siew Kuan, an outstanding educator, scholar and friend who will be greatly missed. In her 31 years with the Faculty, she pioneered many of the IP courses now on offer and was deeply engaged with the profession locally and internationally. Your gift will go towards this endowed Prize in her memory.

EW Barker Bursary

The EW Barker Bursary was set up in honour of the late Mr Edmund William Barker, Singapore's longest serving Minister of Law. By contributing to this fund, you help needy undergraduate students at NUS Law pursue their education.

James Low Hong Ping LLM Prize

James Low Hong Ping LLM ’17 was a uniquely inspiring colleague, scholar, and friend. James was in the midst of his PhD studies at the Faculty under the NUS President’s Graduate Fellowship when he passed away. Your gift to this fund will help us to establish this Prize in his memory, to be awarded to the best student in the LLM examinations.

Kwa Geok Choo Bursary

By supporting the Kwa Geok Choo Bursary, named after the late wife of Singapore’s founding Prime Minister, you enable financially disadvantaged students to pursue their undergraduates studies at NUS Law.

Kwa Geok Choo Scholarship

Your donation to the Kwa Geok Choo Scholarship, named after the late wife of Singapore’s founding Prime Minister, helps NUS Law to recognise and support highly talented students to pursue graduate studies at NUS Law.

NUS Law Class of 1993 Bursary

This bursary was established by the NUS Law Class of 1993 in conjunction with their 20th Anniversary since graduation. Your gift to this fund will help to support needy law students through law school.

Woon Eng Chwee Memorial Bursary

This bursary was made possible by Professor Walter Woon, S.C. and is named after his late father, Mr. Woon Eng Chwee. Your gift to this fund will help to support needy law students.




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