Students at Stanford Law School will soon be able to spend an entire quarter studying business in different Asian markets, complete with a two- to three-week faculty-led trip there.

The so-called global quarter will kick off in 2020 and is part of an expanded slate of global law programs being funded with a $25 million donation from alum and airline executive William Franke, which Stanford announced Monday. It’s the single largest gift from an alum of the law school.

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