The Gerald L. Wallace Fund
The Wallace Fund was established in 1970 by alumni of the Graduate Tax Program and the Tax Faculty to honor Gerald L. Wallace, the Program's founder, and to benefit the Tax Program in a variety of ways, most specifically to provide scholarships and financial aid to students in the Program. Professor Wallace created the Graduate Tax Program in 1945 and in so doing instituted a revolution in graduate legal education. Professor Wallace, himself a pioneer in the field of graduate tax education, was much beloved and admired by faculty and students alike.
All Graduate Tax Program alumni and friends are encouraged to contribute generously to the furtherance of this Fund, especially those alumni who were recipients of a Wallace Fund Scholarship. Supporting the Wallace Fund, today, is an important step in continuing to secure the best and brightest graduate tax students, nationally and internationally. The Wallace Fund allows NYU School of Law to provide attractive scholarships and financial aid packages to top students to ensure that the Graduate Tax Program retains its position as the leading program of its kind in the country.
For more information about how to donate to the Wallace Fund, please contact:
Associate Director of Development
New York University School of Law
110 West 3rd St., 2nd Floor
New York, New York 10012
Telephone: (212) 998-6415
Facsimile: (212) 995-4035