When President Donald Trump tweeted his choice for the new FBI director yesterday morning – former federal prosecutor Christophe Wray, now a partner with Atlanta’s King & Spalding firm— many of us in the Atlanta chapter of the Federalist Society had great reason to cheer. (Note: This writer serves on the board of advisors of the Atlanta Federalist chapter, a constitutionalist law organization.)

Wray has been a popular speaker at Federalist events over the years and, as part of the audience during one 2005 Federalist discussion where Wray was a panelist, it was clear from his remarks that he was a law-and-order advocate who was no fan of judges making up laws from the bench. 

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