To enable scFvs as multi-drug carriers, we designed and synthesized dendritic linker molecules bearing up to nine chlorambucil residues at the branch ends. A maleimide group was used at the focal point of the dendron for easy linkage to the scFv. Originally designed molecules showed poor water solubility. To address this problem, a lysine residue with an unprotected carboxylic acid group was inserted into the dendron branches. The new molecules showed excellent water solubility and are now suitable for conjugation. Such dendritic molecules will allow studies to understand the relationship between the drug/antibody ratio and the potency of the immunoconjugates. The dendritic approach could also be applied to drugs other than chlorambucil and carriers other than scFvs to greatly increase the drug/carrier ratio.