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To listen to this episode of Amicus, use the player below: In this week’s episode, Professor Leah Litman joins Dahlia Lithwick to tune into Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s comments on #MeToo and due process. And for a full background check on the sexy-sounding Janus v. Show More Summary
Some would agree to disagree with this law professor.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg is not going to talk about Donald Trump again. If you listen between the pauses, though, she’s one of the most vocal and important participants in #MeToo, and she is modeling a way to respond to it that is smart and careful. Show More Summary
I have written this oped for the LA Times. A snippet: But there is something disconcerting about Supreme Court justices becoming political rock stars, particularly in this polarized era. We’ve divided the Supreme Court into teams. We have our justices, champions who … Continue reading ?
Maybe, just maybe, the left should tone it down with the worship of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg — a.k.a. “Notorious R.B.G.” Last week, Adam Liptak of the New York Times wrote about being on tour with Justice Ginsburg, whom the headline declared a “judicial rock star.” Ginsburg is...
The novelist Kristin Hannah would like to discuss women’s history with Margaret Atwood, Hillary Clinton and Ruth Bader Ginsburg. “Let’s face it, the Notorious R.B.G. is just plain cool.”
The Supreme Court justice talks about sexual harassment, gender discrimination, and the cases she’d like to see overturned.
RUTH BADER GINSBURG: Enshrine in Constitution That Men and Women are ‘Equal in Dignity and in Rights.’ Anyone who believes that “dignity” can be legally enforced has no clue what they’re talking about.
From my most recent NRO article, about recent comments by George W. Bush and Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and the need for Trump: “The incumbent is not without his limitations, but a few words from George W. and Justice Ginsburg remind us that...Show More Summary
"I'm hopeful this movement will succeed in stopping something that should've been stopped a long time ago,” Ginsburg said Monday at an event at University of Pennsylvania Law School. Her remarks were the latest in recent weeks about the #MeToo movement.
After Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg criticized Donald Trump during last year’s presidential campaign, Trump tweeted: “Justice Ginsburg of the U.S. Supreme Court has embarrassed all by making very dumb political statements about me. Her mind is shot — resign!” Trump’s tweet was characteristically...
Ruth Bader Ginsburg discusses the 'MeToo' movement's "staying power."
Justice Ginsburg also touched on collegiality at the high court, the #MeToo movement, and the role of sexism in the 2016 election.
The justice said she believed there was sexism at play.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg: “I’d like to see in the Constitution a statement that men and women are people of equal citizenship stature. I’d like to see an equal rights amendment in our Constitution.”https://t.co/YKvCNWbrsP — laura olin (@lauraolin) February 3, 2018 Justice Ginsburg was the honoree at a Columbia University event yesterday, being interviewed by CNN’s […]
"It’s amazing to me that, for the first time, women are really listened to," the Supreme Court Justice said