Austin Fragomen, a 1968 alum, and Gwendolyn Robosson Fragomen have committed $1 million to help expand Case Western Reserve University School of Law’s impact in the field of immigration law.

Their gift will establish the Fragomen Distinguished Practitioner in the school’s Immigration Law Clinic, a position that will enhance the capacity and reach of one of the law school’s most impactful clinics, according to the school’s announcement.

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