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The U.S. Marshals Service
The Southern District of New York and Eastern District of New York Chapters honored the U.S. Marshals Service at a reception in Federal Hall on April 17. Speeches and photos from the reception are included.


A Brief Primer on the History of the U.S. Marshals Service
President George Washington and Congress passed the Judiciary Act on Sept. 24, 1789; this legislation founded the oldest federal law enforcement organization—the U.S. Marshals Service.
The U.S. Marshals’ Posse: A Model for the 21st Century
The marshals’ posse tradition provides a model through which designated and trained law enforcement officers could be deployed on short notice to address national emergencies.
The Glory That Is Reflected in Federal Hall in New York City
The structure on Wall Street between Nassau and William Streets—Federal Hall—is the reflection of America’s Greco-Roman heritage and the birth of the nation.
The United States and the European Union in International Aviation
This article focuses on two of the most important developments in the past several years in international aviation law: the recent negotiations between the United States and the European Union leading to the adoption earlier this year of the first open skies agreement; and the adoption of the 1999 Montreal Convention.