Apr 2, 2014 · John Marshall became the fourth chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court in 1801. He is largely responsible for establishing the Supreme Court's role in federal government. Updated: Jul 27, 2020
John Marshall (1755–1835), the fourth chief justice of the United States, served on the Supreme Court for 34 years. He is the longest serving chief justice in Court history. He remains one of the most honored members in Court history.
Nov 30, 2021 · When John Marshall was appointed chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court in 1801, the nation’s highest court occupied a lowly position. There was no Supreme Court Building in the newly completed ...
Jun 15, 2021 · John Marshall is America’s most important jurist. Biographers are universally laudatory of the “Great Chief Justice.” A recent documentary about him (in which I am interviewed) is subtitled ...
Oct 1, 2018 · John Marshall served as the chief justice of the United States Supreme Court from 1801 to 1835. During Marshall's 34 year tenure, the Supreme Court attained stature and established itself as a fully co-equal branch of the government.
2 days ago · Morgantown defeated John Marshall, 16-2 (Photo by Robert Ovies Sports Photography) 1 / 44. GLEN DALE, W.Va. — Photo gallery from Morgantown’s 16-2 win at John Marshall.
Mar 21, 2023 · Nathan Azarowicz is a 2L at Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School. He is on the Dean’s List for the Fall 2022 semester. He is a staff editor on the Law Journal and a 2L representative in the Corporate and Business Law Society. He regularly volunteers with the Chattahoochee Riverkeeper and participates in river and lake cleanups.