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Preserving the Rule of Law in a Politically Polarized World

Resources in connection with a presentation offered by Washington State Supreme Court Justice Debra L. Stephens on March 1, 2022

Navigating this Guide

Please click on any of the gray buttons above this box to navigate to other pages of the guide: on each one you'll find links to resources, as well as contact information for a librarian who can assist you in further exploration of these subjects.

Accessing the Recording

The March 1, 2022 address by Justice Stephens, which includes her responses to questions from attendees, was recorded and is available at the College of Professional Programs' speaker series page for this event: 

https://www.ewu.edu/cpp/stories/cpp-speakers-series-welcomes-justice-debra-l-stephens/

Welcome

Eastern Washington University's College of Professional Programs is proud to welcome Washington State Supreme Court Justice Debra L. Stephens and hear her address on the subject "Preserving the Rule of Law in a Politically Polarized World".

This guide will supply additional resources for learning about civics, political science, and the law, for anyone wishing to further their understanding of American democracy and each person's role in upholding the rule of law.

Event Flyer

Image of a flyer for the presentation by Justice Debra L. Stephens on March 1, 2022