Law school donations soar as Harvard lands $48m haul
Top US law schools are reporting record-breaking donations that are helping to cover tuition costs, hire faculty and promote public interest programs, writes the National Law Journal, but may not be spending the cash efficiently. Last year Harvard Law School brought in $48m (£24.6m), while New York University School of Law raised about $42m (£21.5m) and Columbia Law School raked in almost $24m (£12.3m) - excluding further cash promised by alums and businesses amounting to millions more.
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