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Justice O'Connor to speak in NH on Sept. 17

On Wednesday, September 17, New Hampshire will celebrate "Constitution Day" in a very special way. Retired US Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor will deliver the William W. Treat Lecture at 6 p.m. at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord, introduced by her friend and fellow Supreme Court Justice David Souter. The event is presented by Constitutionally Speaking. Learn more on the Constitutionally Speaking website.

Purpose:

The New Hampshire Supreme Court Society was established to promote an understanding and appreciation of the New Hampshire Supreme Court and the judiciary of the State of New Hampshire, including by sponsoring lectures and other educational events, preserving and cataloging historical documents and materials, and producing and disseminating educational materials.

Mission:

The mission of the New Hampshire Supreme Court Society is to provide public education about the importance of an enlightened and effective judiciary in a civilized society and to demonstrate the key role the New Hampshire Supreme Court and the New Hampshire's judicial and legal system have played in the history of New Hampshire.







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