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Paul Hastings to Get Name on Chinese School


Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker will contribute at least $40,000 to build a school in a remote village in China.

Seth Zachary, chairman of the Los Angeles-based firm, told the Recorder such schools, over time, will help strengthen the economy in Shanghai, where the firm has an office. The move will also aid recruiting.

The school will be called the Paul Hastings Hope Elementary School.

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