What’s New2022-06-23T14:45:28-04:00

What’s New

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The Society’s Latest Newsletter – April 2024

Deep appreciation for Steve Pollak, a 70-year old case retrospective, an upcoming program information, a mock court reflection, a pre-order link for a new Bryant biography, and more.

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The Society’s Latest Newsletter – Jan 2024

Law Clerk & Judges Reception, a portrait ceremony, special recognition, two new oral histories, two investitures, a call for volunteers, a pre-order link for a new Bryant biography, and more.

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Now Available for Pre-Order: Judge Bryant Biography

The first full-length biography of trailblazing D.C. attorney and judge, William Benson Bryant, Soul of the Court: The Life and Times of Judge William Benson Bryant Sr.
by Tonya Bolden, is now available for pre-order.

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Oral History of George Cohen Now Available on Society Website

“I never had a dull day.” That has been George Cohen’s mantra throughout his professional career. His outstanding career spans six decades and the breadth of his activities and accomplishments cut across both the private and public sectors.

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Oral History of John Ferren Now Available on Society Website

A judgeship, legal services advocate, and public servant, Ferren grew up in Evanston, Illinois, attended Harvard University, where he studied American history, and then proceeded to Harvard Law School.

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The Society’s Latest Newsletter – Oct 2023

A new book on US Attorneys 1801-2023, two remembrances, a new oral history of James Hamilton, a video of our Microsoft program, an invitation to our annual Law Clerk & Judges Reception, and more.

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Oral History of James Hamilton Now Available on Society Website

When you begin life in a small town in north central South Carolina, even though two of your ancestors were signatories to the Declaration of Independence and one fought side-by-side with George Washington, it might not be obvious you are destined to become thoroughly enmeshed in matters central to Washington, D.C.

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  • The video of the Society's June 2023 program on United States v. Microsoft Corp., 253 F.3d 34 (D.C. Cir. 2001) is now available on the Society's website and YouTube channel. The Court Appeals’ 2001 opinion was the first federal major appellate court opinion to address application of traditional “old economy” antitrust rules to the new, dynamic, and fast-paced technology markets of the late 20th Century.

Video Now Available for June Microsoft Program

The video of the Society's June 2023 program on United States v. Microsoft Corp., 253 F.3d 34 (D.C. Cir. 2001) is now available on the Society's website and YouTube channel. The Court Appeals’ 2001 opinion was the first federal major appellate court opinion to address application of traditional “old economy” antitrust rules to the new, dynamic, and fast-paced technology markets of the late 20th Century.