Alumni Western Be Extraordinary The Campaign For Western

Leading Your Legacy

You’ll be pleased to hear about this year’s tremendous achievements at Western Law, implementing “firsts” while embracing extensive changes in the marketplace.

To begin, you’ll be proud to know your faculty achieved its $25-million campaign goal more than one year (!) ahead of the University’s Be Extraordinary Campaign completion date. Your backing allows us to stay collegial, leading and innovative.

Former Dean W. Iain Scott’s leadership excellence brought remarkable initiatives and valuable industry insight to move Western Law from good to great, empowering Western Law for the long term.  

Where Dean Scott left off, Dean Erika Chamberlain brings an enlightened leadership for Western Law. Incoming Dean Chamberlain, LLB’01, and gold medallist, has already implemented many “firsts” in her previous role as Associate Dean (Academic), including: 


Thanks to the foresight and generosity of donors, Dean Chamberlain is using these “firsts” as a foundation to build future development, including:


Dean Chamberlain values the extensive industry experience that alumni share with us. She is embracing and welcoming the legal marketplace changes – seizing the opportunities they bring for Western Law. This comprises meeting with alumni leaders and reviewing the new legal business models, practices and technologies, with plans to develop leading-edge changes for our students. 

Thank you immensely for your contributions to Western Law in our Campaign. Your gifts and pledges are respectfully counted on for chairs, professorships, scholarships and the like to bring in the best for Western Law. Additionally, your support in knowledge, time and generosity will ensure your alma mater is at the forefront in the marketplace to lead for your legacy. Please join us at Western Law events and stay connected by continuing to care, support and fund your unrivaled law school. We welcome staying in touch.



Manon Bone

Director,  Alumni Relations and Development


This article appeared in the Western Law 2017 Alumni Magazine.
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