Last week, Erwin Chemerinsky stated in an Los Angeles Times op-ed that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg should retire at the end of this term. Many have responded publicly both in favor and against his analysis. Mr. Chemerinsky’s comments surround Justice Ginsburg’s advancing age (81) and the potential for Republicans to gain majority control of the […]
Ruth Bader Ginsburg has served as a Supreme Court justice for nineteen years. On Friday, while speaking at Yale Law School, Justice Ginsburg reflected on the role she has played on the Court during the past two decades, as well as on her years prior to being nominated by President Bill Clinton. Aleksandra Gjorgievska, at […]
The Supreme Court begins hearing oral arguments each fall on the first Monday in October, which this year falls on October 1st. Before the caseload makes it more difficult for them to wander too far from Washington, D.C., the justices are speaking with college and law school audiences. Justice Elena Kagan appeared at the University […]
In 1988, Justice Blackmun began what has become an annual event. Each year, the Court holds an invitation-only musical interlude that in recent years has been hosted by Justice Ginsburg. It is well-known that Justice Ginsburg is very knowledgable about classical music and opera. In her remarks to those gathered Wednesday, she said that the […]
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