The new law school at the University of California, Irvine has dropped its original name, the Donald Bren School of Law, and plans to offer full tuition scholarships to students who enroll in the school's first semester in fall 2009. Donald Bren, the billionaire chairman of the Irvine Co., a real estate firm, gave $20 million to the law school last year.
Irvine, Calif., law school gets new name, offers first class full tuition scholarships
The National Law Journal
October 22, 2008
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