Hon. Gregory Holiday, administrative law judge for the Social Security
Administration’s Office of Disability Adjudication and Review in
Detroit, Michigan, retired from the regular faculty of Administrative
Law: Fair Hearing. Holiday, who is an
alumnus of The National Judicial College and joined the faculty in 1991,
retired after 25 years. NJC’s Chief Academic Officer Joy Lyngar stated,
“The NJC Experience relies on a model of judges teaching judges. Our
faculty is comprised of active judges from around the country who
volunteer their time. Judge Holiday has given generously of his
expertise to benefit hundreds of new judges with a corresponding
immeasurable impact on the field.” Holiday is also a former chair member
of the Faculty Council at the NJC. He holds a bachelor’s from Eastern
Michigan University and Juris Doctor from the University of
The NJC is the nation’s leading provider of judicial education housed in a state-of-the-art building on the historic 255-acre campus of the University of Nevada, Reno. Annually, the College offers more than 100 courses, held onsite, online, and across the nation. In 2014, the College served 10,000 judges.
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