Belva Lockwood, a graduate in 1873 of the the the National University Law School (now the GW Law School), became the first woman to argue a case before the Supreme Court. Once she had completed her course work, the law school refused to grant her a diploma, without...
The Twelfth Amendment is one of the Constitutional amendments that will have a direct impact on the Presidential election of 2016. Article II § 1 enumerates the process for electing the President and Vice President every four years. Simply put, the candidate with the...
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