Founded in 1987 to honor the legacy of John Marshall and his defining contributions to our nation, the John Marshall Foundation exists to educate the public about the rule of law under the Constitution through the life, character, and service of America’s Great Chief Justice. Through education, preservation and communication, the Foundation tells the constitutional founding of America.
Justice in the Classroom
Justice in the Classroom is a civics and history program established in 2006 and in its third year of expansion into new parts of Virginia and beyond. Through Justice in the Classroom teacher workshops, JMF provides a ready-to-use civics education program to scores of teachers, and through them reaches thousands of students. The complete curriculum is available free of charge on www.justiceintheclassroom.net. A lawyer/judge program piloted in 2018-19, matching lawyers and judges with teachers in metro Richmond requesting a classroom visit to discuss the judiciary.