USD School of Law Hosts Judicial Voices Project Premiere
It begins with a luncheon at noon, Monday, March 28, in the Neuharth Media Center and continues in the School of Law courtroom with a judicial history presentation, panel discussion and a video presentation, “The Mission of the Historical Society of the Courts of New York.”
Featured speakers include Michael Benowitz, assistant director of the Historical Society of New York Courts, South Dakota Chief Justice David E. Gilbertson and John Glover, Judicial Voices Project director, Black Hills State University professor and Bush Foundation fellow.
The site, http://nativeede.wix.com/judicialvoices, includes comprehensive research on the court as well as a collections of video interviews with current justices, some retirees and others familiar with the Supreme Court.
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