The Court System


Where did the U.S. Supreme Court first meet?

The U.S. Supreme Court first met in the Royal Exchange Building on Broad Street in New York City on February 2, 1790. The Court met on the second floor of the building in the afternoons, as the New York state legislature met in the room during the morning hours. The Court met in New York for only one year, meeting in Philadelphia the next year.


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