Supreme Court Review: John Marshall Citations in the October Term 2020

Remote

In October Term 2020, Supreme Court Justices cited opinions from the Marshall Court (1801-1835) 30 times across 16 different cases. University of Richmond Law Professor Kevin C. Walsh will walk audience members through vast and varied opinions on subjects ranging from eminent domain to congressional power to the Court's denial of the emergency appeal to block the […]

McGuireWoods 2021 US Supreme Court Preview

Special invitation for JMC Members! Complimentary Webinar McGuireWoods 2021 US Supreme Court Preview Current Trends and Cases of the Upcoming 2021-22 Term Not a JMC member? Join now for $25! McGuireWoods 2021 U.S. Supreme Court Preview Current Trends and Cases of the Upcoming 2021-2022 Term REGISTER In recent years, the U.S. Supreme Court has addressed […]

Free

Madeira Society Social

Preservation Virginia's John Marshall House 818 E. Marshall St., Richmond, Virginia

Madeira Society Social, our annual donor thank you! Learn about and sample Madeira, John Marshall’s beverage of choice, in an off-the-beaten-path place of historical interest with members of JMC’s Madeira Society, a group of generous donors who pledge and give $1200 each year. This year, we partner with Preservation Virginia's John Marshall House to offer […]

Free

Marshall & Madeira Seminar Nov. 17, 6 to 8 p.m. ET

Preservation Virginia's John Marshall House 818 E. Marshall St., Richmond, Virginia

The John Marshall Center is partnering with Preservation Virginia's John Marshall House to celebrate his beverage of choice: Madeira wine! REGISTER NOW Madeira is a fortified wine produced on the island of Madeira off the coast of Portugal and was popular in Early Republic Virginia for its fascinating flavors and ability to withstand the hot […]

$75

Decryption Originalism: The Lessons of Burr Dec. 2, 4 p.m. ET

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Can the government compel a person to unlock or decrypt a phone or digital device? Professors Kevin C. Walsh, University of Richmond School of Law, and Orin S. Kerr, UC Berkeley School of Law, will look to the past for answers to this modern question recently before the Supreme Court.

$10 – $40

The Words that Made Us with Akhil Reed Amar | March 18, 2022

Virginia Museum of History & Culture 428 N. Arthur Ashe Boulevard, Richmond, VA

Join America's leading constitutional scholar, Akhil Reed Amar, Sterling professor of law and political science at Yale University, for The Words that Made Us, America's Constitutional Conversation 1760 - 1840, as part of the John Marshall Center's Marshall Scholar Series, co-presented by the Virginia Museum of History & Culture. Free to JMC and VMHC members, […]

$10

Building Bridges: Community, Conversation, and Civility

Virginia Museum of History & Culture 428 N. Arthur Ashe Boulevard, Richmond, VA

JUNE 6, 2022   |   4:30-7:30pm   |   FREE ADMISSION   Join the JMC and the VBA for a dynamic and timely program to help elevate the tone of community discourse and dialogue. Using skills from the mediation field, this curriculum equips leaders and members of adult communities – from backyards to the public square - with tools designed […]

Virtual Professional Development: Justice in the Classroom & Determined

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Join the John Marshall Center for Constitutional History & Civics in partnership with the Virginia Museum of History and Culture for an introduction to the Justice in the Classroom lesson plan series based on the VMHC’s Determined exhibition. In this hour-long virtual session, JMC Director of Education Caroline Legros and Master Teacher Sara Waltman King […]

Justice William C. Mims & Special Guest | October 6, 2022

Virginia Museum of History & Culture 428 N. Arthur Ashe Boulevard, Richmond, VA

Join retired Supreme Court of Virginia Justice William C. Mims and surprise special guest for an evening of conversation about John Marshall's judicial legacy. This program is part of the John Marshall Center’s Marshall Scholar Series, co-presented by the Virginia Museum of History & Culture.   Free to JMC and VMHC members, students, teachers, and […]