George Mason Law School Receives a Gift of $1 Million From Robert A. Levy

In what George Mason President University Alan Merten characterizes as a "remarkable succession of leadership support," the university has received three gifts totaling $3 million in private support. One of these gifts will benefit the School of Law.

Robert A. and Diane Levy have committed $1 million to the law school. In recognition, the atrium in the school's John T. Hazel Jr. Hall has been named the Robert A. Levy Atrium. A 1994 graduate of the law school, Levy is a senior fellow in Constitutional Studies at the Cato Institute in Washington, D.C. In 1995, he became the first alumnus to ever contribute $1 million to the university, creating the Robert A. Levy Endowed Fellowships in Law and Liberty.

For more information on Mr. Levy and his contributions to the George Mason School of Law, see "A Biography of Robert A. Levy."