George Mason Rebrands Rebranded Antonin Scalia Law School Because of Unfortunate Acronym

Shortly after Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s death in February, George Mason University announced it would rename its law school to honor the fallen legal hero of the right and collected $30 million in donations—including $10 million from the Charles Koch Foundation—as part of the tribute. The school, which was previously known as simply George Mason University School of Law, shed its unbranded status, and remerged in the world last week as the Antonin Scalia School of Law at

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