INADMISSIBLE: Justice Ginsburg on Women and the Courts

The National Law Journal


Justice Ruth Bader O'Connor? A lawyer would be ill-advised to refer to a U.S. Supreme Court justice, or any judge for that matter, by the wrong name. But each time Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg joined courts in which only one other woman was serving at the time — the Supreme Court in 1993 and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit in 1980 — that's exactly what happened. Plus: disharmony in unanimity, Google's First Amendment fight, and more in this week's column.

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