ON-Lion Letter
The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee has awarded a major, $1 million grant to help construct Marquette University Law School's new building, which is expected to be located on Tory Hill, overlooking the Marquette Interchange. 
“A quality law school is tremendously important,” said Michael W. Grebe, the Foundation's president and chief executive officer.  “Its graduates become our attorneys and judges, and are key to the quality of justice for the entire community. The Bradley Foundation sees Marquette Law School as a fundamental component of Milwaukee’s future.”

The new building will not only better serve Marquette students, but will also expand the law school's capacity to serve as an intellectual commons for the study, discussion, and debate of important public-policy issues.
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