Minnesota Supreme Court  Historical Society



Committees

Committee work is the life of the Society with a wide range of activities for members to participate in.  View the committee options and projects below and find one that meets your interests.  Current members can join a committee on their profile page.  Prospective members can indicate committee interest on their application for membership.

Education Committee
Plan the Society’s civic education outreach programs to schools including the annual Essay Contest.

Anna M. Horning Nygren (Chair)
Justice G. Barry Anderson
Jo Ellen Ambrose
Brian Bell
Robin Benson
Nancy Berg
Jennifer Bloom
Kellie Charles
Lissa Finne
Judge Jill Halbrooks
Eldon Kaul
Monica Kelly
Pamela Kilpela
Heidi Kloempken
Liz Kramer
Gwen Lerner
Orvill Lindquist
Sarah McLaren
Cathryn Middlebrook
Amie Penny Sayler

Events Committee
Organize Society activities and membership events.


Finance Committee
Maintain the accounting systems and manage the Society’s income and expense.


Membership Committee
The Membership Committee is a critically important committee that promotes membership in the Minnesota Supreme Court Historical Society. It reviews and sets membership dues, and often sets dues policies with a view to encouraging a wide and diverse membership in the Society. Recently, the Membership Committee successfully created an initiative that instituted law firm group memberships to ensure their continuing support of the Society’s activities. Perhaps more importantly the Committee also instituted free initial memberships for minority bar associations,10 free memberships for criminal law practitioners and sponsorship plans for law school faculty. The Committee has also conceived ideas for welcoming new members at special members-only events including interesting CLEs. The Membership Committee is currently considering programs to foster involvement of out-of-state and foreign law students to introduce them to Minnesota legal history and tradition. The Committee also maintains a close working relationship with law students either directly or through their law school Society chapters.


Preservation Committee
Develop collections policy and oversee acquisition and maintenance of collections.


Publications Committee
Complete the publication of memorials and planning ongoing research and publication projects.


Website Committee
Develop a website that will facilitate and advance the Society’s mission and serve its members.

Contact Us

Minnesota Supreme Court Historical Society
PO Box 25
Chisago City, MN 55013-0025

director.mschs@gmail.com

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