Even back in the day, RBG was still notorious. What happened?
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is not only the most senior member of the U.S. Supreme Court, she's arguably its most groundbreaking. Fellow Justice Elena Kagan told The New York Times on Monday that her own path to the nation's highest court -- which followed being Dean of Harvard Law and......
By Christian Schneider, Milwaukee-Wisconsin Journal Sentinel On a Tuesday late last month, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan had Wisconsin on her mind. The court was hearing arguments as to whether an Illinois home health care worker...Show More Summary
Her sexuality is only one of many questions we have for the newest Supreme Court Justice when she dons her robes this October.
"Judging by Sunstein’s definition, the answer is yes."
–Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan reporting for jury duty at D.C. Superior Court on Wednesday. A spokeswoman confirmed that the highest court’s newest justice arrived at the courthouse this morning but had no further details on whether she’d been chosen as a potential juror. Whether or not Justice Kagan runs into Chris Brown is also […]
The Smithsonian?s National Portrait Gallery is displaying a loaned portrait of the first female Supreme Court Justices, Sandra Day O?Connor, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan. The 9-foot-6-inch by 7-foot-9-inch oil...Show More Summary
In her first two terms, Justice Elena Kagan has honed a "remarkably conversational tone," according to a law professor who conducted an analysis of the justice's writing style.
Another shooting party for Supreme Court Justices Antonin Scalia and Elena Kagan. The two went quail and pheasant hunting Saturday in Virginia; no details on how many birds they brought down. This is the latest of several hunting trips the two made since Scalia introduced his colleague to the sport three years ago; besides birds, […]
"Every year you see two or three [Harvard Law] students who you know are natural leaders. Everybody saw that with Barack Obama... Everybody saw that with Elena Kagan. There are students who come in with charismatic qualities who other people follow. Show More Summary
This morning, the press was given a chance to gaze upon a new portrait by Nelson Shanks featuring Justice Sonia Sotomayor, Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, Justice Elena Kagan and Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg. Close-up after the jump. Read more...
Here's another one to add to the charming Elena Kagan anecdote file providing a wonderful glimpse into how the least transparent of the three branches of government operates. Speaking during an interview at the Fortune Most PowerfulShow More Summary
Lucky Elena Kagan. She gets to sit out this year’s affirmative action case at the Supreme Court, probably because she worked on a related matter when she was solicitor general. Part of me wishes I could skip it, too. This is a case that liberals will lose, and probably deserve to lose.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The last time the U.S. Supreme Court heard a major campaign finance dispute, then-Solicitor General Elena Kagan stood at the lectern making the government's case to the justices. On Tuesday she was on the bench, nearly as forcefu...
Speaking at Harvard Law School last week, where she used to be dean, Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan gleefully told an overflow crowd of students about the time she shot Bambi. Raised in New York City, she had never shot a gun—“this is not really what we did on the weekend,” she explained to laughter. Show More Summary
AP Photo/Susan Walsh O ne of the central arguments made by In the Balance, Mark Tushnet's terrific new book about the current Supreme Court bench (reviewed here by Garrett Epps), concerns the counterweight to the conservative faction led by Chief Justice John Roberts. Show More Summary
– Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Elena Kagan celebrating Yom Kippur at Adas Israel Congregation in Cleveland Park. Ginsburg attended an alternative outdoor service Friday night, while Kagan opted for the traditional services inside. Unexpected treat: During a serious discussion … Continue reading ?
Supreme Court justice Elena Kagan says justices on the nation's highest court send messages to each other "through memos printed on ivory paper," and do not use email, Facebook, or Twitter.
This is a rather frightening admission from Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan. Apparently the other justices haven't "gotten to email" and don't understand modern computer technology at even the most basic level. From Huffington Pos...
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