History of Bell v. Maryland
Panelists talked about Bell v. Maryland, a civil rights case argued in 1963, in which Robert Bell, who was a student at the time, was arrested for protesting against segregation. Mr. Bell later served as Chief Judge of the Maryland Court of Appeals. This event was sponsored by the Supreme Court Historical Society. close
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Robert M. Bell Chief Justice (Former) Maryland->Court of Appeals
Elena Kagan Associate Justice U.S. Supreme Court
Kenneth W. Mack Professor Harvard Law School
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Populism and Elitism
Mr. Bell talked about his book Populism & Elitism. He discussed the end of communism and the spread of democracy and said that ‘populist…
The Liberty Bell
Mr. Schaffenburg talked about the history of the Liberty Bell to a group of tourists. He explained that is served as a…
Court of Appeals
A look at Cases argued before the New York Court of Appeals.
Bell Telephone Ruling
Charles Farris discussed the ruling on the regional Bell Telephone companies.