Thursday, June 5, 2014

Cal Supreme Court Historical Society Newsletter available now

NOW AVAILABLE: Spring/Summer 2014 Newsletter

Highlights from a new biography of
Justice Stanley Mosk:
The Longest-Serving Justice

including the story of "His Only Death Sentence" as a trial judge
A House for Equal Justice
The Los Angeles County Courthouse and architect Paul Williams
Succession in the California Supreme Court
From 1880, when the seven-member court first convened, to present
The First Jury Trial in California
In 1846 in Monterey, a very public display of American justice
Trademarks and Washing Powder in Old San Francisco
California law was the first to allow registration of trademarks

Historic Photographs from the Corridors of the Supreme Court
WWII Dormitory barracks in the San Francisco Civic Center