Scorpions: Battles and Triumphs of FDR's Great Supreme Court JusticesBuilding on the OLLI lecture series, we’ll read and discuss the title book by Noah Feldman. The four Supreme Court Justices, Felix Frankfurter, William Douglas, Hugo Black and Robert Jackson, were all brilliant, came from humble backgrounds and did not like each other. They served during the great depression, World War II and the Cold War, and had a great influence on the law. Please read through the first 60 pages of the book for the first session. Volunteers will be sought to facilitate the course after the first session.
|Event Type||:||Study Groups|
|Category||:||Current Events, Law, Policy and Politics|
|Date(s)||:||03/08/2017 - 04/12/2017||Day of Week||:||Wednesday|
|Location||:||Jewish Community Center, Lewis Room|
|Address||:||2935 Birch Hollow Dr,|
Ann Arbor, MI 48108