The John M. O’Quinn Foundation has given more than $16 million to the University of Houston to help fund construction of a new $90 million building for the University of Houston Law Center, which will be named the John M. O’Quinn Law Building.

O’Quinn, a successful trial lawyer in Houston who graduated from the law school, died in a car accident 10 years ago in Houston but left his estate to his foundation.

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