Recent Gifts

   
 

Bertram Fields '52

Bertram Fields '52, one of the nation’s most renowned entertainment lawyers, has made a gift of $5 million to Harvard Law School to endow the Bertram Fields Professorship of Law. During his distinguished legal career, Fields, a partner at Greenberg Glusker in Los Angeles, has tried many of the landmark cases in the entertainment and communications industries. (Read the story here.)

   
 

Bradley L. Goldberg

Bradley L. Goldberg, founder and president of the Animal Welfare Trust, has made a generous gift to endow the Animal Advocacy Program at Harvard Law School. This gift will launch a new level of activity in animal law at the Law School and will enable faculty members, students, and practitioners to build innovative bridges between theory and practice. (Read the story here.)

   
 

Sumner M. Redstone '47

Sumner M. Redstone '47, one of the nation’s pre-eminent media entrepreneurs and philanthropists, has announced a gift of $10 million to Harvard Law School to endow the Sumner M. Redstone Fellowships in Public Service. The gift — the largest ever made to Harvard Law School in support of public service — will provide funding for HLS students who wish to work in the public interest after graduation. (Read the story here.)

   
 

Andrew B. Steinberg '84

Friends and family of The Honorable Andrew B. Steinberg, a member of the Harvard Law School Class of 1984 and a pre-eminent aviation lawyer, have made generous gifts to the Law School to establish The Andrew B. Steinberg Fund in his memory. The endowed fund will be used to provide JD students at Harvard Law School with the opportunity to travel internationally for research, study, scholarship, or advocacy on a challenging legal issue. (Read the story here.)

   
   
Last modified: October 29, 2014

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