The U.S. Supreme Court’s loss of Justice Anthony Kennedy due to retirement might be the University of Pacific McGeorge School of Law’s gain.

Faculty at the Sacramento law school where Kennedy has taught as an adjunct since 1965 are hoping that the justice’s retirement—announced Wednesday at the close of the court’s term—means he will become an even more familiar face on campus.

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