Last month I was the commencement speaker at the University of Richmond School of Law’s commencement ceremony. I graduated in the class of ’96, and was honored to be invited back to address this year’s graduating class. The transcript of the speech is here, and the video of the speech is now available on YouTube:
Thanks again to the graduates for the invitation – it was an honor to share the day with the very accomplished graduating class.
One response to “My commencement speech”
I watched it…very nice! I like how your law school selected an alum commencement speaker who decided not to practice law. I live by the same principles of passion, and also declare a school's value over its ability to make you a better thinker.