Two law firms known for their commitment to pro bono work are supporting two new teaching fellowships at the Mills Legal Clinic of Stanford Law School. Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe has pledged $250,000 over five years to support a fellowship for the newly established Organizations and Transactions Clinic and Cooley Godward Kronish has committed $250,000 over five years to support a fellowship for the Immigrants’ Rights Clinic. The Organizations and Transactions Clinic provides legal assistance to nonprofits and small businesses. The Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe Fellow will join the clinic for the 2008–2009 academic year. The Immigrants’ Rights Clinic represents immigrants on matters ranging from humanitarian relief from deportation to asylum protection. Attorney Jennifer H. Lee, who has extensive experience working with immigrant domestic violence issues, is the inaugural Cooley Godward Kronish Fellow. “These fellowships allow us to offer more students closely supervised clinical training and the opportunity to enable students to reflect deeply on the work they do,” says Lawrence C. Marshall, David and Stephanie Mills Director of Clinical Education and associate dean for public interest and clinical education.