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Membership in the Society

Become A Member

Please select your desired membership level below, or for additional information about Supreme Court Historical Society membership, email You may call us at (202) 543-0400. Members may also send change of address information to this email address.

Memberships are provided at four different levels depending on the level of contribution. Below you can select the level at which you wish to join.

  • Student – Regular Level: 50.00
  • Membership – Regular Level: 150.00
  • Membership – Contributing Level: $250.00
  • Membership – Sustaining Level: $1,000.00
  • Membership – Lifetime Level: $25,000.00
Renew Your Membership

Existing Members can renew their membership here:

Your Membership Benefits

As a member of the Society you will receive:

The Journal of Supreme Court History — Our Award-Winning Publication of selected scholarly articles on the Court’s history, its members and those who have appeared before it. The Journal is produced in full color three times a year and is illustrated with many rare photographs, engravings, and drawings.

The Quarterly — Our member-oriented newsletter with informative articles, and timely announcements of Society activities and meetings

Our Members are also invited to programs and other Society-sponsored functions throughout the year. The Society’s Annual Meeting includes the Annual Lecture, as well as a formal reception and dinner held each year at the Supreme Court. Other programs open to members include multiple lecture series, reenactments, and educational programs. Members are also cordially invited to make use of the Society’s building, just behind the Supreme Court.

Members receive a 20% discount on items purchased at the Society’s Gift Shop

Change of Address / Update Mailing Information

Members, to update your personal and business address or email information, please email:

Your contact information will be updated immediately. You may also call the Society at (202) 543-0400 and speak to a member of our staff.

The Supreme Court Historical Society is always eager to hear what you think. Please share your ideas and suggestions at:

Your comments will be sent to a member of the Society’s staff. Thank you for your interest in helping the Society improve its services and program offerings.