Albany Law School has received a $15 million gift from an anonymous donor—the largest donation in the school’s history.

Albany Dean Alicia Ouellette announced the gift Thursday in New York City during a launch event for the school’s “We Rise Together” fundraising campaign. The $15 million will be used to bolster the school’s law clinic, which offers free legal assistance to those who can’t afford an attorney. The clinic, which will now be endowed, is being renamed the Justice Center at Albany Law School in honor of the gift.

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