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We are pleased to announce the return of the chapter's marquee annual event:
BYU Management Society D.C. Chapter Annual Gala Dinner
Friday, May 12th from 6:00-9:00pm
Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel
Tickets are $100 each and include a networking reception and dinner.
Proceeds benefit the BYU Management Society D.C. Chapter Scholarship Fund
Your ticket also includes optional attendance at the Ethical Leadership Conference, hosted by the BYU Sorensen Center for Moral and Ethical Leadership
Each year, we recognize an individual who has demonstrated outstanding Moral and Ethical Leadership. This year's honoree and guest speaker will be Judge Thomas B. Griffith, formerly circuit judge for the District of Columbia Circuit and General Counsel for BYU, who will be presented with the Distinguished Public Service Award.
About Judge Griffith:
President George W. Bush appointed Thomas B. Griffith to the United State Court of Appeals for the D. C. Circuit in 2005. Judge Griffith stepped down from the bench in 2020.
A member of the American Law Institute, Judge Griffith is a graduate of Brigham Young University and the University of Virginia School of Law. Currently he is a Lecturer on Law at Harvard and Stanford Law Schools, a Fellow at the Wheatley Institute at BYU, and Special Counsel in the Washington, DC office of the law firm of Hunton Andrews Kurth. He was a member of President Biden's Commission on the Supreme Court and testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee in support of the confirmations of both Justice Amy Coney Barrett and Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson.
Judge Griffith’s writings have been published by the Harvard Law Review, the Yale Law Journal, the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy, and the Wall Street Journal. He is the author, along with former federal appeals court judges Michael Luttig and Michael McConnell, of Lost, Not Stolen: The Conservative Case that Trump Lost and Biden Won the 2020 Presidential Election. He also writes a column on the importance of the liberal arts in Humanities magazine and is a co-editor, along with Bob Rees and Brent Rushforth, of a forthcoming collection of essays honoring Eugene England.
Before his appointment to the D. C. Circuit, Judge Griffith was the General Counsel of BYU, the non-partisan chief legal officer of the U. S. Senate, and a litigation partner at Wiley, Rein & Fielding.
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