Georgetown University Law Center is an easy 15-minute walk to the U.S. Supreme Court building, yet the elite law school has never sent an alum to the high court in its 148-year history.

That could soon change, should Judge Thomas Hardiman of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit be nominated by President Donald Trump to the seat vacated by the retiring Anthony Kennedy. Hardiman is said to be among the four finalists Trump is considering for the post. The president is slated to name his pick at 9 p.m. this evening on live television.

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