For nearly 30 years the Society has preserved the images, voices, and history of the Michigan Supreme Court. We have shared our legal heritage with the public through the First Women on the Court exhibit in the Supreme Court Learning Center and through programs such as the middle school and high school lesson plans and the Coleman internship. In 2015, we published a book of biographies of the justices and the Court's top cases (also known as the Verdict of History). We have highlighted the work of the attorneys who appear before the Court with our Advocates Guild. And, we have recently embarked on a project to collect the names of the "invisible scribes" who have served the Court as judicial clerks over the years. Please renew your dues today to continue this tradition of excellence.