The University of Chicago Law School has received a $13 million donation from alum David Rubenstein to further bolster the scholarship program already named for him.

Rubenstein, who co-founded global investment firm The Carlyle Group, has given a total of $46 million to his alma mater since 2010, which has been used to fund full-ride scholarships for about 10 percent of the law school student body. The latest donation will cover full tuition for as many as 60 students in the classes graduating in 2023, 2024 and 2025.

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