Chief Justice John Marshall, appointed to the Supreme Court and as Secretary of State by President John Adams, established the basis for judicial review in Marbury v. Madison, 5 U.S. 137 (1803). The conflict began in 1803 when Marshall, in his concurrent role as...
We’re pleased to announce that Shirley Qin, J.D. Class of 2016 and a member of the Jackson Inn of Court, is the winner of our 2014 Lawlapalooza drawing for a Kindle Fire. Leslie Lee, Assistant Director for Administrative Services, presented Shirley with the...
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