United States Courts
Western district of Missouri
Gormley’s “The Death of American Virtue” Draws Large Audience
|Ken Gormley presents “The Death of American Virtue.”|
|Paul Donnelly, Historical Society president,
and Ken Gormley with
U.S. District Judges Howard Sachs and Ortrie Smith
Gormley was the Historical Society’s most recent speaker in a series designed to bring in authors whose work touches on some significant legal aspect of American or regional history. The next visiting author will be announced later this summer.
The local chapter of the Federal Historical Society was founded in 1988 by the judges of the Western District of Missouri to commemorate the bicentennial of the Constitution. Interest in it has been sustained over the years by the judges of the court. Membership is free to any practitioner.
|Gormley signs books||More than 200 guests attend