USC law professor cited in US Supreme Court Opinion

The “Burnished Bronze and Garnet Chandelier” in the Perrin Family Lobby at the Senate Street entrance was designed specifically for the University of South Carolina School of Law by American artist, Dale Chihuly.

University of South Carolina School of Law Professor Nathan Richardson was cited by Justice Neal Gorsuch in his concurring opinion in West Virginia v E.PA. issued last week:

Other suggestive factors are present too. “The electric power sector is among the largest in the U. S. economy, with links to every other sector.” N. Richardson, Keeping Big Cases From Making Bad Law: The Resurgent “Major Questions” Doctrine, 49 Conn. L. Rev. 355, 388 (2016). T
West Virginia v. EPA, Nos. 20-1530, 20-1531, 20-1778, 20-1780, 2022 U.S. LEXIS 3268, at *68 (June 30, 2022)

Nice to see our law school get some good publicity!

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