Hundreds of individuals have made their mark as leaders in this grand venture by making gifts of $5,000 or more in support of Eckstein Hall. Their names now appear on the temporary donor recognition wall, prominently located near the entrance. As fundraising continues, we hope to add the names of many more individuals — including yours — to the permanent donor recognition wall.
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Your support of Eckstein Hall will be part of the permanent record and can be illustrated in any number of ways:
We invite you to be part of the future of legal education in this region and hope that you will
support the conclusion of the campaign.
Gifts of $5,000 or more will be acknowledged on the donor wall, based upon designated
giving levels. Pledges over five years are encouraged.
Marquette is setting the standard for law schools with Eckstein Hall. By reflecting and supporting positive developments within the Law School, it will enhance the ability to attract the best students and faculty — matters critical to the school’s reputation.
We encourage other alumni to think about what their law degree has done for them. For us, it changed our view of the world, and it has opened many doors. So when we heard about Eckstein Hall, we wanted to be a part of it. It’s exciting; we love driving by and thinking, “We’re helping to build that!”
Julie Darnieder, L’78 and Mark Darnieder, L’78
We are supporting this capital campaign not just because we are both practicing lawyers. Rather, Eckstein Hall is an opportunity to make a bold statement, to leave a legacy that will provide our city, our region, and our profession with a future of intellect that might not otherwise be available.
This is a unique chance to participate in something that will benefit so many people — by serving as a forum for leadership within the community, where discussions about today’s critical issues and planning for tomorrow will take place. Eckstein Hall will be a valuable resource to area lawyers and the community at large. We’re all beneficiaries if we have a vibrant, leading law school in our community.
Julie O’Halloran, L’89 and Hugh O’Halloran, L’89