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01/24/08

One-Year Challenge from Law School Alumnus
Alumnus of Capital University Law School Thomas R. Baruch has come up with a $200,000 challenge to support the school's Professor Emeritus John E. Sullivan professorship. The matching challenge will end on December 31, 2008. When it is a success, it will reach the minimum $500,000 needed to create the Sullivan professorship. Those who wish to donate funds in response to the challenge must be J.D. graduates of Capital University Law School.

Largest Law School Creates New Campus
The Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan, has opened up a new campus in nearby Auburn Hills. More than 600 students will study at the new campus, which is on a 67-acre area and includes green building sections. The school will also add 2,000 square feet to the campus within the next 12 months.

New Housing and Law School Buildings to Appear at Stanford
Recently, the Stanford University Board of Trustees was allowed to start preliminary plans for building a variety of homes for faculty members. Entry-level homes will be built for junior faculty members, "townhouse-style rental homes [will be built] for coaches," and the law school's legal clinics program and faculty offices will get a new building. The program is known as the Stanford Avenue Faculty Homes Project, and it will cost around $33 million. Thirty-seven homes are expected to be built in total.




 


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