Antonin Scalia School of Law at George Mason University will be the new name for George Mason University's school of law. Kind of a mouthful, so let's just call it Scalia Law School.
April 6, 2016 Update: Oops. After the internet was flooded with comments related to unfortunate acronyms that could be created with the official new name, the university is now using the name "Antonin Scalia Law School."
The recipe: Take $20 million from an anonymous donor. Add another $10 million from the Charles Koch Foundation. Promise to name your school after a Supreme Court Justice. Voila!
At a time when many other law schools are facing serious financial troubles (caused by a multi-year decline in applicants), Scalia Law School will have new-found cash for scholarships and other improvements.