US Chief Justice Roberts to speak at LaPorte alma mater

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United States Chief Justice John G. Roberts will find himself in a familiar place later this month when he delivers the commencement speech at La Lumiere School in LaPorte. Roberts is a 1973 graduate of the school.

The May 24 commencement is the start of a celebration of the school’s 50th anniversary. The event is not open to the public.

La Lumiere is a co-ed boarding and day college-preparatory high school founded in the Catholic tradition.

Roberts, who was born in Buffalo, N.Y., later moved to Long Beach, Ind. He joined the Supreme Court of the United States in 2005.



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