Friends of Gloria K. Bradford Endowment for Excellence Scholarship

 

Bradford in her 1954 Senior Law Composite.

Bradford in her 1954 Senior Law Composite.

Gloria K. Bradford (1930-2013) grew up in Houston, Texas and obtained a B.A. degree from Prairie View A&M in 1949.  In May 1954, she became the first African-American woman to graduate from the University of Texas School of Law.  Following graduation, Bradford practiced in Houston becoming the first African-American woman to try a case in Harris County District Court.  

This scholarship is established in her memory to benefit students who have an interest in women's issues and/or civil rights.

 

 

To make a gift by credit card:

Please click the link below to contribute to the Friends of Gloria K. Bradford Endowment for Excellence Scholarship.

You can also contact Tiffany Braymen, Business Operations Manager, if you would prefer to give a credit card gift by phone.  Please call (512) 232-1380 and have the following information available:

  • Name on credit card
  • Type of credit card
  • Amount of contribution
  • Credit card account number and expiration date

To make a gift by check:

Please make all checks payable to: The University of Texas Law School Foundation

Checks can be mailed to:

UT Law School Foundation
727 E. Dean Keeton St.
Austin, TX 78705