Visit the Judicial Learning Center at the Supreme Court of Virginia!
The Judicial Learning Center at the Supreme Court of Virginia is a learning experience intended to promote public understanding of the rule of law and appreciation for the structures and function of the judicial branch of government in the Commonwealth. The creation of the exhibit was supported by a grant from the Virginia Law Foundation.
The learning center provides an overview of Virginia’s judicial system, the rich history of Virginia’s judiciary, and its contributions to the development of America’s legal system. Visitors may view a portrait collection of the Justices of the Supreme Court of Virginia, learn more about significant civil rights cases and Virginia’s “Judicial Trailblazers,” and listen to oral history interviews about landmark cases and advancements.
Visit the Judicial Learning Center to learn about Virginia’s judicial branch, our trailblazing judges and justices, and the cases that shaped the commonwealth and the nation.
Tours have been paused during the COVID-19 pandemic, but we look forward to resuming tours as soon as possible! (See Tours page for details).
Contact Us: For questions about this site or the Judicial Learning Center, please contact the the State Law Library at (804) 786-2075 or Lawlibrary@vacourts.gov.