December 12, 2017 at 5:00pm
The Robert H. Jackson Center will host a community reception at the Jackson Center on Tuesday, December 12, 2017 to pay tribute to Randy and recognize his enormous contributions to the community.
These three 45-minute lessons for grade 11 United States History and Government focus on student analysis of a landmark Supreme Court decision that continues to set a precedent for the Court today.
Cass Sunstein, writing for Bloomberg View, June 1, 2015, stated, "If we had to preserve just one Supreme Court opinion to show some other civilization what American constitutional law is all about, I'd pick Jackson's prose poem in the Barnette Case."
The Robert H. Jackson Center envisions a global society where the universal principles of equality, fairness and justice prevail.
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We do not feel that due process of law should be construed to mean that non-resident traders shall be at liberty to seek our markets and to avoid our courts. While we are properly prohibited from seizing a defendant who has not submitted itself in some manner to our jurisdiction, we should not be compelled to banish a citizen plaintiff to an alien jurisdiction that he has never submitted himself to in order that he may pursue a cause of action arising here.
Jamestown, NY Lawyer Robert H. Jackson. New York Law Review, 1927.