Presented by the Virginia Museum of History and Culture & the John Marshall Center for Constitutional History and Civics
The job of Solicitor General is the only position in the US government requiring one be “learned in the law.” Join three of America’s top legal thinkers, former US Solicitors General Paul Clement (President Bush), Donald Verrilli (President Obama), and Noel Francisco (President Trump), for a panel discussion about today’s Supreme Court, yesterday’s Marshall Court, and how the two relate in 2023. William & Mary Law School Professor Katherine Mims Crocker will moderate the conversation and audience Q&A.
Light reception following the lecture | Questions? Call 804.340.1800
THIS LECTURE IS GENEROUSLY FUNDED BY THE ROLLER-BOTTIMORE FOUNDATION
VMHC Members: $15
VMHC 1831 Society & JMC Members: $0
Register online by January 11 at VirginiaHistory.org/SupremeCourt*
*John Marshall Center members—please contact JMC for special pricing.
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PARKING IS AVAILABLE FREE OF CHARGE FOR VMHC MEMBERS