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Michigan Adoption Day

On the Tuesday before Thanksgiving each year, Michigan holds Adoption Day activities. More information about this special event is available on the Michigan Adoption Day page.  


Constitution Day

Federal law requires schools to teach about the Constitution on or near September 17, the date the Constitution was signed in 1787. The U.S. Constitution embodies the United States' founding principles, including the rule of law. Constitution Day resources are available on the Michigan Supreme Court Learning Center web site. (Michigan has had four constitutions in 1835, 1850, 1908, and 1963. For information about the State Constitution, visit the Michigan Legislature
Additional resources are available at, the Center for Civic Education, the National Constitution Center, the State Bar of Michigan, and icivics.

Law Day

Law Day, a national day set aside to celebrate the rule of law, underscores how law and the legal process have contributed to the freedoms that all Americans share. Resources to help with Law Day planning are available on the Michigan Supreme Court Learning Center. Additional resources are available through the Michigan Bar Association and the American Bar Association.

Juror Appreciation

The Justices of the Michigan Supreme Court extend our sincere gratitude to those who serve jury duty. Through service, you ensure that the right to trial by a jury is guaranteed for all in the Great Lakes State. Additional information is available on the Juror Appreciation page.

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Michigan Supreme Court
P.O. Box 30052
Lansing, MI 48909

Fax: (517) 373-9831



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