Holder to Speak at University of Virginia Law School Graduation
By Krystle Idnani | April 28, 2011 10:55 am

Attorney General Eric Holder will speak at the University of Virginia’s Law School graduation ceremony on May 22.

This is the only graduation speech Holder will give this year.

“The Class of 2011 is thrilled to have Attorney General Holder as our gradation speaker,” said Chris Martin, President of the Student Bar Association, said in a statement.

Last year Holder spoke at his alma mater, Columbia Law School, as well as the  Boston University School of Law, Wayne State University Law School and at American University Washington College of Law.

Holder graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Columbia College in 1973 and earned his J.D. from Columbia Law School is 1976.


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