John E. Cribbet Leadership Giving Society
A distinguished graduate of the College of Law Class of 1947, John Cribbet went on to teach three generations of students. He founded the Illinois Law Forum, which is today's University of Illinois Law Review. He mentored students and faculty members in ways that vastly enriched the experiences of both. He wrote books on property law that have had significant influence on the development of the entire property law field.
He became the College's seventh dean in 1967, then was asked in 1979 to lead this campus as Chancellor. After five years, he returned to active teaching at the College as the Richard W. and Marie L. Corman Professor. Continuing his generosity, he endowed the John E. Cribbet Excellence in Teaching Award to recognize a College of Law professor's outstanding achievement in the classroom.
The John E. Cribbet Leadership Giving Society honors the man who served the institution with the passionate belief that our society is served well by introducing women and men to our legal system.
Donors who make a cash gift to the College of Law on an annual basis at one of the following levels are recognized for their exemplary leadership and generosity, unless requested otherwise:
||$25,000 and above
||$10,000 – $24,999
||$5,000 – $9,999
||$2,500 – $4,999
||$1,000 – $2,499*
*Classes prior to their 10th reunion qualify at $500
*Classes prior to their 5th reunion qualify at $250
Make a gift to the John E. Cribbet Leadership Giving Society.
For questions or additional information, contact:
Office of Advancement
University of Illinois College of Law
504 East Pennsylvania Avenue
Champaign, IL 61820