Jay G. Cohen Memorial Student Opportunities Endowment
The Jay G. Cohen Memorial Student Opportunities Endowment was established in memory of Jay G. Cohen, a Baltimore attorney beloved by his family, friends, colleagues, clients and the community. Although he never attended the University of Maryland, Jay was a proud Terp husband and father. This endowment, named in Jay's honor, memorializes two of his life-long passions: the law and helping others.
The Jay G. Cohen Memorial Student Opportunities Endowment was established to reduce the barriers to law school admission for students who have demonstrated success at the University of Maryland and who have a strong interest in pursing a career as an attorney. In particular, this fund will provide student with resources to pay for part (or all) of a LSAT preparation course, and/or for additional expenses incidental to the law school admissions process.