William H. Pryor Jr.

William H. Pryor Jr.

William Holcombe "Bill" Pryor Jr. is a federal judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit and a Commissioner on the United States Sentencing Commission. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
William H. Pryor Jr. has 10 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 2001 Senate Committee as an Attorney General for Alabama. The year with the most videos was 2006 with three videos. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2005 with an average of 1,084 views per program. Most appearances with Roger Pilon (2). Most common tags: Separation of powers, Federalism.

Appearances by Title:February 20, 2004 - Present Judge, Eleventh Circuit, U.S. Court of Appeals Videos: 8


Attorney General, Alabama c. January 1, 1997 - c. January 1, 2004 Videos: 2

Recent Appearances

  • Federalist Society National Lawyers Convention, Day 1, Panel 2

    Federalist Society National Lawyers Convention, Day 1, Panel 2

    Judge William Pryor, who was on President-elect Trump’s list as a possible U.S. Supreme Court nominee, moderated a discussion on the importance Justice…

  • Powers of the States

    Powers of the States

    Nevada’s attorney general and the former attorney general of Alabama talked about the increasingly activist roles many top lawyers for states were…

  • Judicial Independence

    Judicial Independence

    Judge William Pryor and Thomas Wells discussed judicial independence. Judge Pryor spoke on his definition of judicial independence, cited three previous…

  • Executive Power in Wartime

    Executive Power in Wartime

    Judge Pryor moderated a panel discussion on the federalist approach to executive power in wartime. The panelists addressed questions such as whether…

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