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Thursday, August 9, 2007

Minnesota Supreme Court makes history

The Minnesota Supreme Court yesterday moved one step closer to having its own historical society. A group of lawyers, judges and others interested in the project voted unanimously in favor of proceeding with a society at a meeting held in a packed Room 23o at the Minnesota Judicial Center.

"I think we could be on the edge of something kind of special," said Justice Paul Anderson, who, along with Justice Sam Hanson, is one of the chief organizers of the project.

The group will meet again in September to consider the society's mission, structure, funding sources and potential publications and other products.

For more details from the meeting, check out Monday's Minnesota Lawyer.

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