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Music Rates and Royalties 2023: Past, Present and Future
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Baker & Hostetler Becomes Inaugural Sponsor of Georgetown Law's Pipeline Program
"BakerHostetler is proud to be the first law firm to sponsor Georgetown Law's RISE program," Paul Schmidt, BakerHostetler's chairman, said in a statement. "Georgetown Law is a longtime partner of the firm and shares our commitment to increasing the students from diverse backgrounds"—both in law school and the legal profession as a whole—and the RISE program "creates a pipeline that is certainly aligned with that goal."