U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito Jr. will deliver the keynote address at the dedication of the new $80 million, University of South Carolina School of Law building Thursday.
The dedication will take place at the law school, 1525 Senate St. It is not open to the public.
The program will also include remarks by USC President Harris Pastides, Dean Robert Wilcox, S.C. Supreme Court Chief Justice Donald W. Beatty and past president of the American Bar Association William Hubbard.
The dedication coincides with the School of Law’s 150th anniversary.
Alito has served on the court since January 2016. He was nominated by President George W. Bush and succeeded Sandra Day O’Connor.