The Supreme Court Historical Society
ARTICLES & HISTORY
For the Inaugural Constitution Day Lecture, Professor Sam Erman explored the story of Puerto Rico and the Constitution following the U.S annexation of the islands in 1898.
The lecture is inspired by her newly published book, Making Minimum Wage: Elsie Parrish v. The West Coast Hotel Company.
Join Farah Peterson and Mark Killenbeck for a fascinating conversation on the 1821 term as the Supreme Court begins its October 2021 Term.
Membership In The Society
Society members represent 9 countries, over 85 US Courts, 75 Colleges and Universities plus a broad array of attorneys, scholars, students, and individuals. Society Members receive invitations to all of our events which include both live and digital presentations, reenactments of landmark cases, the Journal of Supreme Court History, the Quarterly newsletter and dinners and reception hosted by the Justices. Members have access to the Society’s Headquarters in Washington D.C. which houses one of the finest and most rare collections of Justice’s writings and historic texts related to the Court. We invite you to consider a membership today.
Online Access to the Journal of Supreme Court History
Society members receive the Journal of Supreme Court History, published three times per year via mail. Members also have exclusive online access to the most current Journals through our partnership with Wiley – our publisher. Older copies of the Journal are available for public access in the Society’s Digital Library. The Quarterly, the Society’s newsletter is available in the Society’s online library as well.
Join, Renew or Donate
Joining the society takes only a few minutes. We welcome your membership!
Or, you can renew your membership in The Society here.
Contributions to the society take many forms including direct financial support, grants, in-kind gifts, and bequests. Donors may designate the purpose for which their gift must be spent. Gifts to assist the Society in meeting its general operating budget – which supports our programs 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 donate to the Society below. You may also call the Society at 202.543.0400 for more information.