The University of Pennsylvania Law School is the latest law school recipient of the Charles Koch Foundation’s largesse.
The school announced Tuesday that it has received $2.2 million from the foundation to establish a new criminal justice research initiative. The foundation, established in 1980 by billionaire conservative Charles Koch, has stepped up its higher education giving of late, and in particular has upped the number and—in some cases—the amount of money it has sent to law schools over the past year. Since April, the foundation has donated nearly $20 million to five law schools.
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