DLA Piper is backing an initiative by the Georgetown Law to set up a new London-based program in cross-border law that will draw students from 10 universities around the world. The international giant is providing 4,000 square feet of rent-free office space in its London office to house administrative staff working on the course and some tutorials. It is also likely to lend some of its lawyers to help teach the new program at the Center for Transnational Legal Studies, which is set to launch in October.
DLA Backs Georgetown Law on London Cross-Border Program
April 8, 2008