Allegheny College and the Robert H. Jackson Center Partnership will offer programs/events throughout the academic year that will emphasize the strengths of the two institutions.
The Jackson Center is a world-renowned archive of Robert Jackson’s personal and professional life. It has video, photographs, and documents from his service on the U.S. Supreme Court and his role as chief prosecutor at the Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal. It is a meeting place for war crimes prosecutors today who are interested in learning more about Jackson’s legal work.
Allegheny College offers an academic forum where students have the opportunity to learn more about Jackson’s body of work. In addition to offering internship possibilities, Allegheny will host some upcoming events in cooperation with the Jackson Center.