“Blackstone in Oregon” October 25, 2016
The Pioneer Courthouse Historical Society's 2016 Annual Meeting celebrated receipt of three original volumes of Blackstone’s Commentaries with a discussion of William Blackstone and how the thinking of this 18th Century jurist continues to influence the development of the law in the 21st Century.
Blackstone In Oregon speakers, left to right: The Honorable Jack Landau, Associate Justice, Supreme Court of Oregon, The Honorable Morgan Christen, Circuit Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and Dean James Huffman, Emeritus Dean and Professor, Lewis & Clark Law School, with The Honorable Edward Leavy, Circuit Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, under the portrait of The Honorable John F. Kilkenny.
Guests gathered for a reception in the historic Postal Lobby of Pioneer Courthouse following the Annual Meeting presentation. Our thanks to Davis Right Tremaine LLP for sponsoring the refreshments.
The Honorable Morgan Christen, Circuit Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, with Assistant United States Attorney John Haub.
Pioneer Courthouse Historical Society board member Chet Orloff and Linda Wisner, designer of the historical exhibits in the courthouse, talk with The Honorable Alfred Goodwin, Senior Circuit Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
Rob Walsh, Senior Deputy Clerk of the Northern Division of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, talks with fellow Pioneer Courthouse Historical Society board member Andy McStay, a lawyer at Davis Wright Tremaine, next to the display of the three original volumes of Blackstone's Commentaries recently donated to the Pioneer Courthouse Historical Society.
Pioneer Courthouse Historical Society board secretary, Kristian Roggendorf, talks with Portland attorney William Schaub.