The 8th Annual Georgetown Federalist Society Lifetime Service Award will be bestowed upon Judge Ginsburg this evening. The Georgetown Federalist Society Blog supplies the relevant information:
On April 26, Judge Douglas Ginsburg of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit will accept the 8th annual Georgetown Federalist Society Lifetime Service Award. Judge Ginsburg will be introduced by the Hon. C. Boyden Gray and deliver an address entitled “An Accidental Life Servant.” The event is free and open to all who are interested in celebrating Judge Ginsburg’s many excellent years of service on the bench, in the classroom, and in public service. We are very grateful Judge Ginsburg has accepted the award and we look forward to welcoming a big crowd to Georgetown for the occasion.
TIME: 6:30-7:30 (reception to follow)
PLACE: Gewirz 12th Floor
RSVP: Requested to gulcfedsoc (at) gmail (dot) com
It is an honor well deserved. On a personal note, collaborating with Judge Ginsburg on academic articles in recent years as well as co-teaching in the George Mason Law & Economics Center’s Judicial Education Program have been among of the most fulfilling and enjoyable intellectual experiences of my career — not to mention a great honor and privilege. I am very pleased to be able to attend the event. Congratulations to Judge Ginsburg.