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Unprecedented Rate Of Florida State Law Students Give To Annual Fund

parent2nolesparent2noles Registered User Posts: 7,961 Senior Member
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Sixty-seven percent of Florida State University College of Law students have made cash contributions to the law school’s annual fund, making the 2008 rate of student giving the highest in the school’s history. Students contributed during an annual fund drive held February 4-8.

“The unprecedented rate of student giving inspires the alumni,” said Dean Don Weidner. According to American Bar Association data, there are only five public law schools with alumni giving rates higher than Florida State’s: University of California -- Berkeley, University of California -- Los Angeles, University of Maine, University of Virginia and William and Mary.

See: fsu.edu | university communications | news release
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