A $3 billion long-range strategic plan for Emory University, which calls for relocating the university hospital, building new dorms and creating a new quadrangle, also includes a significant expansion to the academic program at Emory Law School.

A major goal is to provide every first-year law student with a fully subsidized summer internship, which would cost about $1.2 million per year. Internships for all 235 first-year students would expand a current program in which students work at government agencies or private nonprofit organizations.

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