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News Briefing: Harvard Law, Hoping Students Will Consider Public Service, Offers Tuition Break

By Kate Golden on March 18, 2008No Comment
  • John Shakely, president emeritus of the California Community Foundation, talks about pre-emptive philanthropy.  [New York Times]
  • With the much-talked about transfer of wealth now under way, people reconsider the meaning of inheritance.  [New York Times]
  • Two of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival’s three artistic directors resign.  [New York Times]
  • Harvard Law School plans to waive tuition for third-year students who pledge to spend five years working for nonprofit organizations or the government.  [New York Times]
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