Volume 10 of the Federal Circuit
Historical Society Journal
Volume 10, 2016
DEDICATED TO THE LIFE STORY OF GEORGE E. HUTCHINSON
World War II veteran, Supreme Court Crier, Clerk of Court of the U.S. Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, first Clerk of Court of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, Executive Director of the Federal Circuit Bar Association, and Officer and Current Trustee of the Federal Circuit Historical Society
George Hutchinson has spent his long and continuing professional life in support of the judicial system, the judges and lawyers who make it work, and the public that it serves. He has assisted countless individuals from members of the bar to the most seasoned jurists, and has been a mentor to numerous young law clerks just starting in the legal profession.
In this issue of the Journal, the Federal Circuit Historical Society tells the extraordinary life story of an exceptional American. In addition, the biographical articles and many photographs look into the history that George Hutchinson has witnessed and absorbed: of the United States in mid-twentieth century; of Washington, DC, and Lafayette Square; and of the unique courts where he worked.
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