In partnership with archivists affiliated with University of Richmond, University of Virginia, and George Washington’s Mount Vernon, JMC is developing the John Marshall Library, an open-source digital storehouse that will deliver curated content to students and scholars at every level.
Launched in 2021, the Marshall Scholar Series is a quarterly public history and education program designed to connect the public with scholars, historians, and constitutional law experts. The first program featured Professor Beth Hopkins, Wake Forest University Law (retired), and the Honorable Judge Roger Gregory, Chief Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, exploring the African American women pioneers of the “Road to Brown & Beyond.” The second program, September 23, features Professor Kevin C. Walsh, University of Richmond School of Law, reviewing the John Marshall citations in the Supreme Court’s 2020 Term. Trevor S. Cox, Counsel, Hunton Andrews Kurth, and former Acting Solicitor General of Virginia, will moderate.
John Marshall Center for Constitutional History & Civics
PO Box 7090
Richmond, VA 23221
Virginia Museum of History & Culture
428 N. Arthur Ashe Blvd.
Richmond, VA 23220
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