Hofstra Renames Law School for Contributor of $20 Million

, New York Law Journal

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Hofstra University School of Law will become the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University in honor of wealthy retired pharmaceutical executive who enrolled in the school at age 50 and was the valedictorian in the class of 1981, the school announced yesterday.

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  • Paul

    As a graduate of the law school (and winner of some of the same awards as Mr. Deane won), I think this is cheap crass and demeans the law school. I am disguised.

  • jamie

    they should have renamed it Harvard Law School.

  • Judge Knot

    (RE)Established before God was white single, er divorced. /AKA/ CORPORATE LAW. Ask for it by name.

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