Drexel University’s law school is to be renamed the Thomas R. Kline School of Law in honor of the Philadelphia litigator’s $50 million donation to the university.

University President John A. Fry said the donation was the largest single gift in Drexel’s history and one of the largest donations ever made to a law school in the country. The announcement was made at a media briefing Tuesday at Drexel held by Fry, Kline, law school Dean Roger Dennis and university administrators.

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