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On this day in history, February 27February 1, 2023 in On This Day In History /by JAlbrecht
The 13th AmendmentDecember 15, 2022 in On This Day In History, The 13th Amendment /by JAlbrecht
John Marshall Center Honors Two Outstanding Virginia TeachersNovember 23, 2022 in Excellence in Teaching, John Marshall Center for Constitutional History & Civics, News, Teacher Awards, U.S. Constitution /by JAlbrecht
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 […]
Henry N. Butler Joins John Marshall Center Board of DirectorsOctober 3, 2022 in John Marshall Center for Constitutional History & Civics, News /by JAlbrecht
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 […]
Justice William C. Mims & Special Guest | October 6, 2022July 15, 2022 in Marshall Scholar Series, News, Uncategorized /by JAlbrecht
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 […]
JMC & Preservation Virginia Teacher Professional Workshop | July 18, 2022July 15, 2022 in History Teacher Professional Development, John Marshall, John Marshall Center for Constitutional History & Civics, News, Preservation Virginia's John Marshall House /by JAlbrecht
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 […]
Memorial Service in Honor of John Marshall on His Date of Birth | September 23July 15, 2022 in News /by JAlbrecht
Statement of the John Marshall Center for Constitutional History & CivicsMay 5, 2022 in John Marshall, John Marshall Center for Constitutional History & Civics, News, United States Supreme Court, US Supreme Court /by JAlbrecht
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. […]
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