Campbell University is moving its law school to downtown Raleigh.
The Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law will move to 225 Hillsborough St., a building owned by a company held by former state legislator Art Pope, according to a letter from Jimmy Barnes of NAI Carolantic Realty to tenants.
Campbell President Jerry M. Wallace visited the building this afternoon, along with other school officials and a photographer, tenants said.
Current tenants include the N.C. Sheriff's Association, the N.C. Technology Association, the Bob Orr gubernatorial campaign and several nonprofits that Pope helps fund: the N.C. Institute for Constitutional Law, the Civitas Institute and Americans for Prosperity's state chapter.
According to the letter, the sale is expected to be final by early March, and renovations will begin next summer.