In Memoriam: Leon Silverman The Supreme Court Historical Society lost an indispensable leader when Chairman Emeritus Leon Silverman passed. Please join us in remembering our late President and Chairman of the Board.
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 Court and the World: American Law and the New Global Realities The Honorable Stephen G. Breyer, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, will discuss his latest book, “The Court and the World: American Law and the New Global Realities,” with NBC Supreme Court correspondent Pete Williams.
The Supreme Court Historical Society is holding our third New York Gala. Join us Wednesday, February 24th, 2016 in New York to honor David G. Leitch, Global General Counsel of Bank of America and Gregory K. Palm, Executive Vice President and General Counsel of Goldman Sachs. For more information and to reserve tickets, please contact our Gala Office at: 212.249.6188 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Contributions to the society may take many forms including direct financial support, grants, in-kind gifts, and bequests. Donors may designate the purpose for which a gift must be spent. Gifts to assist the Society meet its general operating budget are always needed. In addition, the Society works closely with the Supreme Court to acquire and maintain art, antiques, artifacts, and memorabilia documenting the history of the Court for display in the public and private areas of the building. You may click the link here to be taken to our giftshop where you may make an online donation to the Society. You may also call the Society at 202.543.0400 for more information
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Please visit our giftshop located inside the Supreme Court or here online. All members receive a 20% discount on items purchased.