Jim Sherbert Lecture Series
October 12 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
The US Supreme Court assures that the Constitution is the supreme law of the land and is often the court of last resort for Americans seeking justice. The Court functions as a vital control in the balance of powers between the branches of government, while it protects the Republic by limiting the power of a democracy to infringe upon the rights of a minority. The Court assures the protection of each citizen’s inalienable rights as defined in the Constitution and its Bill of Rights. We will examine how the US Constitution and the role of the Supreme Court evolved while reviewing the Court’s major rulings and its leadership over the past 230 years. $10
People who are attending the lecture on Zoom need to register and pay online.
If you are coming in-person, you can pay at the door and don’t need to pre-register.