Ginsburg’s Legacy and the Supreme Court’s Future
09.24.2020 - By Problematic Women
Legal experts have described the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as “a lioness of the law.”
Ginsburg died last Friday at 87 after serving on the Supreme Court for 27 years. President Donald Trump has said he will nominate her replacement this Saturday from a short list of five female candidates.
Elizabeth Slattery, senior legal fellow and deputy director of the Pacific Legal Foundation's Center for the Separation of Powers, joins “Problematic Women” to break down Ginsburg’s legacy and share what is known about the women being considering by the president for the open seat on the high court.
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