The dedication of USC's new law school will include an address from a Supreme Court justice. Associate Justice Samuel Alito will deliver the keynote speech at Thursday's ceremony, per a release from the university.
The chief justice of the South Carolina Supreme Court, Donald Beatty, will also speak. Additional remarks will be made by Law School Dean Robert Wilcox, university President Harris Pastides and former American Bar Association president and USC board member William Hubbard.
Thursday's ceremony will officially ring in the new facility and serve as a celebration of the school's 150th anniversary. It is closed to the public.