- American Denial
- Why Treaties Matter
- Thurgood Marshall documentary screening
- In Her Honor: A Celebration of Minnesota Women in the Law
- Freedom Riders Exhibit
- Disability Justice Project - "Independence to Inclusion"
- Nuremberg Symposium
Open Doors to Federal Courts
The United States District Court—District of Minnesota's Open Doors to Federal Courts program is an annual program that encourages young people from rural and inner city areas to pursue careers in the justice system. The program usually features a mock trial and a career showcase.
2015 Thurgood Marshall
2012 The First Amendment and Social Media: Student Rights, Wrongs, and Responsibilities
2011 Texting While Driving -- Reality Check: Sometimes There Are No Do-Overs -- Today's Decisions Can Have Legal and Long-Term Consequences
2010 First Amendment and Social Media Program: Students Rights, Wrongs, and Responsibilities -- Students and Administrators Face Off On Their School's FaceLook Fan Page
2009 Texting While Driving -- Reality Check: Sometimes There Are No Do-Overs -- Today's Decisions Can Have Legal and Long-Term Consequences
2008 The Lowdown on Downloading: Whose Property is Intellectual Property on the Internet?
2007 Partners in Justice: An Independent Judiciary, A Fair-Minded Jury
2006 Jury Service: The Faces of Justice
2005 The Role of Courts in Balancing Liberties and Safety
2003 Working for Justice: Careers in the Courts