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The Robert H. Jackson Center

305 East Fourth Street


The Robert H. Jackson Center is the global resource on Justice Jackson's exceptional life (1892-1954) and outstanding legacy. Jackson’s extraordinary accomplishments contributed and continue to contribute substantially to constitutional and international law. The Center makes information available in a variety of forms regarding Jackson’s contributions to the significant evolution of federal law, the Supreme Court of the United States, the legal profession, and the development of international criminal law. The Jackson Center hosts exhibits, archives and educational programs at its facility in Jamestown, NY and on its website, as well as in partnership with institutions throughout the United States and abroad.


Emily Garrick

Saturday, March 3, 2018
The Jackson Center routinely has great local programming in their auditorium. They are clearly good at networking in the community and finding out what type of events are important to local people.

Scott Apps

Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017
Fascinating place for anyone interested in history, law, the Constitution, and the Nuremberg trials of Nazi War criminals. They have great guest speakers, many of whom were there when history was made, such as R.H. Jackson's clerk, but also professional sports figures and many others.

Hillel Weinberg

Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017
A working human rights organization with exhibits honoring Justice Jackson and his heritage. Well worth s visit.

Emily Morris

Sunday, June 11, 2017
Amazing collection of history, artifacts and knowledge on the Nuremberg Trials and the extraordinary legacy of Robert H. Jackson. Don't miss it.

Don Nelson

Friday, Aug. 11, 2017
Great place. Very interesting.

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