Temple University’s Beasley School of Law announced yesterday it was the recipient of a $9 million donation — the second largest in the school’s history — from the late Philadelphia attorney and alumnus Leonard Rubin.
Rubin, who died last November at the age of 78, was a 1949 Temple Law graduate. Tracy Blake DeVlieger of West Chester’s Lamb Windle & McErlane, his attorney and friend, said the gift constitutes the bulk of his estate and is unrestricted in its possible uses. All Rubin asked for in return was that a modest plaque be placed in the school’s library.
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