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Stanford Law School Gets $250,000 Gift

Publication Date: 
March 28, 2007
Source: 
Palo Alto Online
Author: 
Bay City News Service

The article states that the law firm Orrick, Herrington and Sutcliffe donated a generous gift of $250,000 specifically to the Law Clinics. Professor Lawrence C. Marshall, Director of Clinical Education, is quoted in this article:

"Stanford has a wide array of clinical opportunities in the litigation context, but this will be our first explicitly transactional program," Stanford Law School Director of Clinical Education Larry Marshall said in a statement.

"Students pursuing corporate practice careers benefit greatly from the reflective, highly supervised hands-on training that is the hallmark of our clinical program. This new clinic will also drive home the message that public service and pro bono practice takes place in many arenas-in the boardroom as well as the courtroom."