Among its many initiatives, the Legacy Fund sponsors 'DEIS Impact, the University's annual festival of social justice; funded production of a scrapbook-style biography of Justice Brandeis; and brings a variety of speakers to campus. > more
Since 2008, the Louis D. Brandeis Legacy Fund for Social Justice WOW Fellowships have provided 30 students a year with generous stipends to alleviate costs associated with unpaid summer positions in social-service agencies that address achieving social justice. > more
The Legacy Fund supports pioneering college-access initiatives for worthy students, including the A. Philip Randolph Endowed Posse Scholarship and scholarships for students in the Transitional Year Program. > more
Louis D. Brandeis Legacy Fund for Social Justice
|The Louis D. Brandeis Legacy Fund for Social Justice supports Brandeis students, enhances campus life, and promotes the issues of social justice that the former U.S. Supreme Court justice championed throughout his life.
Since its establishment in 2006, the Legacy Fund has sponsored a series of initiatives designed to help students, enrich the University community, and address social justice concerns on and off campus.
The Legacy Fund was founded by Jules Bernstein '57, and is funded in part by Mr. Bernstein and his wife, Linda Lipsett.