The Northern Center for Lifelong Learning presents the second part of “The History of the Supreme Court,” a moderated DVD series on historical events and their impact on the U.S. Supreme Court. The series is structured so that attendance at all sessions is not necessary.
G.G. Gordon, assistant U.S. attorney and former federal prosecutor, is the presenter. She will supplement the DVD material and answer questions from the audience. There is no charge to attend, but donations are appreciated and pre-registration is required.
Part two will be held from 7-8:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 16, in room 322 of Northern Michigan University’s Olson Library. To register, contact class liaisons Wil Huggard at 228-2316 or Paula McCormick at 228-5489 by Oct. 14.
The remaining sessions and registration deadlines are scheduled on the following
Thursdays, with registration deadlines of the Tuesday immediately preceding each event: Nov. 6
and Dec. 4.