The John Marshall Center presented its annual John Marshall Center Teacher Awards November 17, at the Richmond Bar Association’s Annual Awards Luncheon. This year’s winning candidates each received e a […]
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The John Marshall Center for Constitutional History & Civics is proud to announce Henry N. Butler has joined its Board of Directors. Butler is the Henry G. Manne Chair in Law and […]
Join Supreme Court of Virginia Senior Justice William C. Mims and surprise guest for a spirited evening of conversation about John Marshall’s judicial legacy. Catholic University Columbus School of Law Professor […]
Join the John Marshall Center and Preservation Virginia’s John Marshall House to explore the judicial legacy of John Marshall, learn how historic homes can be interpreted as primary sources, and […]
The John Marshall Center condemns the betrayal of the Supreme Court’s confidence that resulted in publication by a news organization of a draft opinion in a pending Supreme Court case. […]
Yale Sterling Professor of Law and Political Science Akhil Reed Amar presented his newest book, The Words That Made Us, America’s Constitutional Conversation 1760 – 1840, March 18, as part of […]
John Marshall: Patriot, Statesman, Chief Justice, a 2017 exhibition at the National Constitution Center curated by JMC Board Member and University of Richmond Law Professor Kevin Walsh and presented in […]
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