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Join us virtually on Tuesday, September 22 at 6:00 pm for our free fall continuing legal education seminar, hosted by our program partner, Knox Law. Registration is required.
Join us on Friday, September 18, 2020, at 10:00 am for a free investigative journalism webinar featuring Debbie Cenziper, an investigative journalist for the Washington Post.
This unit will empower students to reflect on their personal career goals, brainstorm steps toward reaching those goals and use Supreme Court Justice Robert H. Jackson as a case study of an individual who ascended from ordinary life in small-town America to the highest echelons of American government.
The unit of study is structured to take place over several class sessions depending on student work pace and the desired depth of research. Customization and adaptation are encouraged for differentiation and time management imperatives.
How do we truly know if something is moral? Designed for the International Baccalaureate student and teacher, this unit is designed to offer students a detailed case study on how Robert H. Jackson led the allied efforts to apply a universal concept of ethical justice to Nazi officials captured at the end of World War II vis a vis the Nuremberg Tribunal. Students will also consider the efficacy in developing UN International Tribunals and the International Criminal Courts.
The Robert H. Jackson Center envisions a global society where the universal principles of equality, fairness and justice prevail.
This exhibit pays tribute to Stan Nelson Lundine and celebrates his political career nearly 50 years after it began.
“A Loaded Weapon: Photographic Perspectives on the Japanese American Internment Camps of World War II." This exhibit is part of the Jackson Center’s ongoing series of rotating exhibits exploring current events and challenges through the lens of Justice Jackson’s life and work.
Robert Houghwout Jackson
United States Solicitor General (1938-1940)
United States Attorney General (1940-1941)
Associate Justice, United States Supreme Court (1941-1954)
Chief United States Prosecutor, Nuremberg Trial (1945-1946)
The mission of the Robert H. Jackson Center is to advance public awareness and appreciation of the principles of justice and the rule of law as embodied in the achievements and legacy of Robert H. Jackson, U.S. Supreme Court Justice and Chief U.S. Prosecutor at Nuremberg.
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