Justice Neil Gorsuch tested out his comedic skills Thursday night in a speech before the conservative-leaning Federalist Society.

The newest U.S. Supreme Court justice spoke at the society’s annual dinner, which has been dubbed the Antonin Scalia Memorial Dinner in memory of Gorsuch’s predecessor. Gorsuch, speaking to a large, black-tie crowd in the main hall of Washington, D.C.’s Union Station, focused his remarks on federalism and the importance of separation of powers, but managed to slip in a few jokes along the way.

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