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Center For The Study Of The Administrative State To Be Named For C. Boyden Gray

C. Boyden Gray
C. Boyden Gray

The Center for the Study of the Administrative State at Scalia Law will be rededicated as the C. Boyden Gray Center for the Study of the Administrative State in honor of the Ambassador’s contributions to the Center and to the field. The dedication ceremony will be held on Tuesday, April 24.

Ambassador Gray, who advocated for the creation of the Center, has made a naming gift of $3 million in its support. Gray has served as a Distinguished Adjunct Professor at Scalia Law since 2015.

Ambassador C. Boyden Gray is the founding partner of Boyden Gray & Associates, a law and strategy firm in Washington, D.C., focused on constitutional and regulatory issues. Gray worked in the White House for 12 years, first as counsel to the Vice President during the Reagan administration and then as White House Counsel to President George H.W. Bush. Under President George W. Bush, Gray was U.S. Ambassador to the European Union and U.S. Special Envoy to Europe for Eurasian Energy.