CAMPBELL LAW UNVEILS NEW PUBLIC ART BY THOMAS SAYRE
photographs courtesy Campbell Law School
A new Thomas Sayre public art piece has been installed at the entrance to Campbell Law School’s downtown Raleigh campus. Entitled Preponderance, the sculptures were commissioned as part of the celebration of the 40th anniversary of the law school’s first graduating class and the 10th anniversary of the law school’s move from Buies Creek to downtown Raleigh. Preponderance—named after the legal standard of evidence—soars more than 20 feet tall (more than three times the height of the average person) above the law school’s main entrance off Hillsborough Street.