Judges Discuss Life in D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals

It’s often called the second-highest court in the land, but the compliment may have as much to do with the camaraderie and professionalism of the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals bench as with the critical role the court plays in deciding key cases involving the federal government, suggested Judges Thomas Griffith ’85 and Brett Kavanaugh during a Federalist Society talk Friday. The two judges came to town as part of a three-member panel of D.C. Circuit appellate judges presiding over the Law School’s William Minor Lile Moot Court competition Saturday.