LEGAL EATS: Food and the Culture of the U.S. Supreme Court
A program of the National Museum of American History and the Supreme Court Historical Society.
In Memoriam: Associate Justice Antonin Scalia 1936 - 2016
Associate Justice Antonin Scalia died unexpectedly February 13, 2016. He was 79 years old at the time of his death. He served nearly 30 years on the Court, taking his seat on September 26, 1986. He has served as the Senior Associate Justice since the retirement of Associate Justice John Paul Stevens in the summer of 2010. Associate Justice Antonin Scalia's offical bio can be found here.
The Supreme Court Historical Society Video Collection presents our video interview with our Publications Director Clare Cushman and the Griswold Prize winner Kevin McMahon.
The Society will hold its 41st Annual Lecture and Meeting on June 6, 2016. Justice Stephen G. Breyer will deliver the Annual Lecture.
Invitations to Society members in good standing were mailed during the last week of April. If you have not yet received your invitation, please call the Society at 202-543-0400 and speak with the membership department so we can make sure your address is up to date.
2016 Leon Silverman Lecture Series - The Supreme Court and the Progressive Era. Lectures are scheduled for May 25, November 2, and November 16, 2016. Resevations are now available online. Please follow the link here or visit the Events page to purchase tickets.
The Society's headquarters is located at Opperman House, 224 East Capitol Street, N.E., Washington, D.C. 20003. Opperman House has two important resources: The Goldman Library and the Membership Lounge. The Goldman Library has a conference table suitable for small meetings and luncheons. The books housed therein have been collected through the efforts of Professor James B. O'Hara, a Trustee of the Society, and comprise an outstanding collection of judicial biographies, Justices' writings, and histories of the Court.
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