Next Wednesday evening at the City Club of Washington, DC, the RNLA will host a reception honoring Larry Levy, who was selected by the RNLA Board of Governors as the 2017 Republican Lawyer of the Year. RNLA'sleadership praised Mr. Levy as very deserving of this honor:
RNLA President Elliot Berke praised the selection: “Larry is a true lawyer’s lawyer, and a consummate professional. I had the honor of nominating him to the RNLA board many years ago, and I couldn’t be happier to see him receive our Lawyer of the Year award. I thank him for all he’s done for the cause and his friendship.”
RNLA Chair Kimberly Reed highlighted Mr. Levy's core strengths: “In the decade I have known and worked with Larry Levy, I can attest to the values that Mayor Rudy Giuliani sees in him. Most importantly, he is dedicated to the United States Constitution and rule of law. On a personal note, Larry's steadfast dedication to the children who lost a parent or sibling on September 11th speaks volumes about his character. On behalf of the RNLA Board of Governors, I thank Larry for his service to RNLA and our mission.”
RNLA Co-Chair and former RNC General Counsel John Ryder added: “Larry has been a strong leader for the integrity of the ballot, for RNLA and for the country. He is truly deserving of Republican Lawyer of the Year.”
RNLA Executive Director Michael Thielen agreed: “Larry is one of the most influential lawyers I know; his influence is very broad. His efforts, both personally and professionally, in the 2016 election were essential to ensuring that it was an open, fair, and honest election that led to historic victories for Republicans at every level of the ticket. Yet he is very humble and would not ‘toot his own horn.’ Working with Larry for years has been one of my great pleasures, and I can think of no lawyer more deserving of being Republican Lawyer of the Year this year.”
Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani will attend the reception, and several very special guests, whose names we are not able to release, have also confirmed. There is still time to purchase a ticket ahead of next Wednesday's celebration.