The Creighton alum who helped save 200,000 lives
He was one of the most consequential individuals ever to graduate from Creighton University, though few know his name.
The name of Creighton's new residence hall is …
Graves Hall's namesake is Lee C. Graves, BSBA'80, JD'83, who, along with his wife, Judy Graves, recently made the lead gift of $12 million to the residence hall now in construction at 23rd Street, south of Burt Street.
36 years after graduation, alum takes life-changing ILAC trip
In most cases, ILAC participants are current Creighton students. But for Jim Seifert, JD’82, the transformative experience took place more than 30 years after he graduated.
The largest scholarship gift in the law school's history
The late Mary Jo (Connell) Cleaver, BS'52, JD'54, MA'55, made a $4 million gift designated to help law students attain their dreams of becoming attorneys.
Creighton Law opens new Juvenile Justice Clinic
The grant-funded clinic will serve as a small firm, with student-attorneys providing free legal services for youth with open cases in the Separate Juvenile Court of Douglas County.
New Juvenile Justice Clinic in the School of Law
The Creighton School of Law Juvenile Justice Clinic will serve as a small law firm, providing opportunities for both classroom learning and real-world experiences for third-year law students.
He co-piloted a pizza empire. But he was just getting started.
Dick Jeffries never lost his good humor — not in the face of professional failures nor personal tragedies. He knew not to take anything too seriously. And in spite of that — perhaps more likely because of that — Dick Jeffries lived a seriously successful life.
How to make an even bigger impact on Giving Day
For Giving Day, Creighton’s annual day of fundraising — Wednesday, March 3 — dozens of our generous donors will match gifts or give additional sums to designated areas through challenge funds.
Student makes the case for law school scholarships
"Scholarships have provided me a gateway to realize my dreams," says César Magaña Linares, JD‘22. "When people support me, they're supporting everyone I’ll be fighting for in the future."
A new playing field for Creighton law
It’s no surprise that interest is high in our new sports law concentration. Student demand is also fueled by the fact that many alumni have found success in the field.