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Amar on America’s Fraught Founding: Lame Ducks, Deadlocks, and a Nom de PlumeMarch 28, 2022 in John Marshall Center for Constitutional History & Civics, Marshall Scholar Series, News, U.S. Constitution, United States Supreme Court /by JAlbrecht
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” Now DigitalMarch 2, 2022 in John Marshall, National Constitution Center, News /by JAlbrecht
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 […]
Mock Trial Delivers Real Skills: Virginia & DC Teams Forming NowNovember 30, 2021 in Mock Trial, News /by JAlbrecht
Mock trial programs teach students essential skills such as public speaking, critical thinking, and the art of forming a persuasive, cohesive argument. Each year, the Virginia Law-Related Education Institute (VLRE) […]
Apply now for the John Marshall Center 2021 Teacher AwardOctober 27, 2021 in News, Teacher Awards, Teachers /by JAlbrecht
McGuireWoods 2021 US Supreme Court PreviewOctober 7, 2021 in News, US Supreme Court /by JAlbrecht
PopCiv 15: Supreme Court Lets College Athletes Cash InSeptember 21, 2021 in NCAA, POP CIV /by JAlbrecht
Marshall & Madeira: Seminar & TastingSeptember 16, 2021 in Marshall and Madeira, News /by JAlbrecht
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