Lawyer Advocates for 'Post-Abortion' Women in High Court

, The National Law Journal


In the Supreme Court's last big abortion case, Justice Anthony Kennedy, writing for the majority, cited a single amicus brief out of 50 and drew a stinging rebuke from Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg for invoking that brief's "antiabortion shibboleth for which it concededly has no reliable evidence." The brief's author hopes once again to persuade Kennedy and a court majority in another abortion battle during the new term.

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