News out just this afternoon that George Mason University’s fine law school will be renamed the Antonin Scalia School of Law at George Mason University. I know that the law school’s dynamic dean, Henry Butler, has been working on this idea for a while, and secured $30 million in new contributions to the school (which will go mostly to student scholarships).
So congrats to Henry and GMU. And expect lefty students and faculty to take to their fainting couches—because Scalia!—in three, two. . .
I propose a bumper sticker and t-shirts for the law school: El Nino Comes to George Mason! That would be a full-tilt boogie macroaggression.
And this is as good a time as any to give a shout out to George Mason Law’s most unusual law review, the Green Bag. Give it a read if you’ve never done so.
GMU Dean Henry Butler on the right, Terry Anderson in the middle, and some reprobate on the left. Yes, we were drinking somewhere. In the morning.
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