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A Summary of the Oral History of Charles A. Horsky

Charles Horsky's oral history was taken for the Historical Society by Carol Elder Bruce. The summary was written by Carl Stern.

A Summary of the Oral History of Charles A. Horsky2022-07-14T13:58:02-04:00

A Summary of the Oral History of Judge Stanley Harris

Judge Harris' oral history was taken for the Historical Society by William Ross. The summary was written by Carl Stern.

A Summary of the Oral History of Judge Stanley Harris2022-07-14T13:58:46-04:00

A Summary of the Oral History of Bernard Nordlinger

Bernard Nordlinger's oral history was taken for the Historical Society by Daniel R. Ernst, who has prepared a summary of its highlights.

A Summary of the Oral History of Bernard Nordlinger2022-07-14T14:01:17-04:00

A Summary of the Oral History of Reggie Walton

Reggie Walton's oral history was taken for the Historical Society by Washington Carl Stern, who has prepared a summary of its highlights.

A Summary of the Oral History of Reggie Walton2019-11-12T18:12:40-05:00

Read the Historical Society’s Most Recent Newsletter

Read the Historical Society's Most Recent Newsletter, which includes the inaugural program of the new series -- "Judge Patricia M. Wald Programs on Life and Law in the Courts of the D.C. Circuit" -- a program about the Chevron doctrine that was held June 13, 2019 and much more.

Read the Historical Society’s Most Recent Newsletter2019-07-14T16:31:13-04:00

A Summary of the Oral History of Ed Campbell

Ed Campbell's oral history was taken for the Historical Society by Washington attorney William Causey, who has prepared a summary of its highlights.

A Summary of the Oral History of Ed Campbell2019-11-12T18:10:06-05:00

The Historical Society Revisits The Chevron Doctrine

On June 13, the Society took a retrospective look at the Chevron Doctrine, 35 years old this year. The program, the first of the newly announced “Judge Patricia M. Wald Programs on Life and Law in the Courts of the D.C. Circuit,” featured a re-enactment of the arguments over EPA’s interpretation of an ambiguous provision of the Clean Air Act presented in NRDC v. Gorsuch, 685 F .2d 718 (1982).

The Historical Society Revisits The Chevron Doctrine2019-11-12T18:02:42-05:00