Each summer the Justice & Society Seminar, co-founded in 1979 by the late Supreme Court Justice Harry A. Blackmun, brings together a diverse group of lifelong learners to discuss what we mean by justice and how a just society should structure its legal, judicial, and political institutions.
Participants explore and examine their values and beliefs in light of their professional and personal experiences, including conversations of: Law, Morality, and Justice; Personal Autonomy; Religion and the Law; Race, Gender, and Justice; and International and Transnational Justice.
The seminar takes place in-person, June 4 – 10 in Aspen, CO and will be co-moderated by Associate Justice Goodwin H. Liu. Space is limited to 22 participants and seats are filling fast, so early application submission is strongly encouraged. Learn more on this transformational experience.
Have questions before you apply? The Executive Seminars team is hosting an information session on the seminar on Wednesday, February 23 from 12:00-12:30pm ET.