Justice Antonin Scalia Given an Honor 'Behind' Other Law Schools

Nothing like calling a dead judge an A-hole as a posthumous honor.

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There is the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State. The Earl Warren College of Law at the University of California, San Diego. And the legendary Thurgood Marshall has a school named after him in Houston, and an entire college in his name in San Diego, and then there is his namesake fund sending worthy HBCU kids everywhere.

When a U.S. Supreme Court Justice leaves the bench, some anonymous donor (usually an attorney who was an adoring fan) bones up a few million dollars for naming rights.



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