Peck Medal at Wabash College Event

We had the privilege of contributing to the David W. Peck Lecture & Dinner held on April 18th, 2024 at Wabash College. The esteemed guest, Professor Richard Hasen from UCLA Law School, delivered a thought-provoking lecture titled “How Can We Safeguard American Democracy?” delving into the complexities of election law and voter confidence in the United States. The event commenced with a Pre-Lecture Reception at The Stephenson Institute, where attendees had the opportunity to peruse original versions of classical legal texts from our esteemed collection. We extend our sincere gratitude to Wabash for allowing us to showcase these historical works. Following the reception, Professor Hasen’s enlightening lecture took place in Baxter Hall, Room 101, exploring the critical intersection of law and politics amidst the backdrop of the 2024 Presidential race. His expertise and insights shed light on pressing issues threatening democracy. The evening continued with a Reception and Peck Dinner at the Detchon Center, International Hall, providing a platform for students and legal professionals to engage with the Senior Peck Medalist and alumni lawyers. We extend our heartfelt thanks to the Wabash Faculty Pre Law Committee & Student Pre Law Society for hosting this remarkable event and for the opportunity to contribute to the celebration of excellence in law through the Peck Medals. It was truly an honor to be part of such a distinguished occasion.

Classical works exhibition included: