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In , she earned her law degree at Columbia and tied for first in her class. At the start of her legal career, Ginsburg encountered difficulty in finding employment.
She was rejected despite a strong recommendation from Albert Martin Sacks , who was a professor and later dean of Harvard Law School. Palmieri of the U.
District Court for the Southern District of New York to hire Ginsburg as a law clerk , threatening to never recommend another Columbia student to Palmieri if he did not give Ginsburg the opportunity and guaranteeing to provide the judge with a replacement clerk should Ginsburg not succeed.
From to , Ginsburg was a research associate and then an associate director of the Columbia Law School Project on International Procedure; she learned Swedish to co-author a book with Anders Bruzelius on civil procedure in Sweden.
She was inspired when she observed the changes in Sweden, where women were 20 to 25 percent of all law students; one of the judges whom Ginsburg observed for her research was eight months pregnant and still working.
Bruzelius , herself a law student when Ginsburg worked with her father, said that "by getting close to my family, Ruth realized that one could live in a completely different way, that women could have a different lifestyle and legal position than what they had in the United States.
Ginsburg's first position as a professor was at Rutgers Law School in She chose plaintiffs carefully, at times picking male plaintiffs to demonstrate that gender discrimination was harmful to both men and women.
Ginsburg volunteered to write the brief for Reed v. Reed , U. Commissioner on behalf of a man who had been denied a caregiver deduction because of his gender.
As amicus she argued in Frontiero v. Richardson , U. Ginsburg argued that the statute treated women as inferior, and the Supreme Court ruled 8—1 in Frontiero's favor.
Wiesenfeld , U. She argued that the statute discriminated against male survivors of workers by denying them the same protection as their female counterparts.
In , the same year Roe v. Wade was decided, Ginsburg filed the first federal case to challenge involuntary sterilization , suing members of the Eugenics Board of North Carolina on behalf of Nial Ruth Cox, a mother who had been coercively sterilized under North Carolina's Sterilization of Persons Mentally Defective program on penalty of her family losing welfare benefits.
Ginsburg filed an amicus brief and sat with counsel at oral argument for Craig v. Boren , U. Missouri , U. Anthony on the new dollar, then?
Legal scholars and advocates credit Ginsburg's body of work with making significant legal advances for women under the Equal Protection Clause of the Constitution.
In light of the mounting backlog in the federal judiciary, Congress passed the Omnibus Judgeship Act of increasing the number of federal judges by in district courts and another 35 to be added to the circuit courts.
The law placed an emphasis on ensuring that the judges included women and minority groups, a matter that was important to President Jimmy Carter who had been elected two years before.
The bill also required that the nomination process consider the character and experience of the candidates.
She was interviewed by the Department of Justice to become Solicitor General , the position she most desired, but knew that she and the African-American candidate who was interviewed the same day had little chance of being appointed by Attorney General Griffin Bell.
At the time, Ginsburg was a fellow at Stanford University where she was working on a written account of her work in litigation and advocacy for equal rights.
He was at the same time working hard to promote a possible judgeship for his wife. In January , she filled out the questionnaire for possible nominees to the court of appeals for the Second Circuit , and another for the District of Columbia Circuit.
She was confirmed by the United States Senate on June 18, , and received her commission later that day.
During her time as a judge on the DC Circuit, Ginsburg often found consensus with her colleagues including conservatives Robert H.
Bork and Antonin Scalia. She was the second female and the first Jewish female justice of the Supreme Court.
During her testimony before the United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary as part of the confirmation hearings , Ginsburg refused to answer questions about her view on the constitutionality of some issues such as the death penalty as it was an issue she might have to vote on if it came before the court.
At the same time, Ginsburg did answer questions about some potentially controversial issues. For instance, she affirmed her belief in a constitutional right to privacy and explained at some length her personal judicial philosophy and thoughts regarding gender equality.
Ginsburg's name was later invoked during the confirmation process of John Roberts. Ginsburg was not the first nominee to avoid answering certain specific questions before Congress, [f] and as a young attorney in Roberts had advised against Supreme Court nominees' giving specific responses.
Ginsburg characterized her performance on the court as a cautious approach to adjudication. Doctrinal limbs too swiftly shaped, experience teaches, may prove unstable.
With the retirement of Justice John Paul Stevens , Ginsburg became the senior member of what was sometimes referred to as the court's "liberal wing".
The lack of diversity was briefly an issue during her confirmation hearing. Ginsburg authored the court's opinion in United States v.
Virginia , U. For Ginsburg, a state actor could not use gender to deny women equal protection, therefore VMI must allow women the opportunity to attend VMI with its unique educational methods.
Ginsburg dissented in the court's decision on Ledbetter v. Goodyear , U. In a 5—4 decision, the majority interpreted the statute of limitations as starting to run at the time of every pay period, even if a woman did not know she was being paid less than her male colleague until later.
Ginsburg found the result absurd, pointing out that women often do not know they are being paid less, and therefore it was unfair to expect them to act at the time of each paycheck.
She also called attention to the reluctance women may have in male-dominated fields to making waves by filing lawsuits over small amounts, choosing instead to wait until the disparity accumulates.
Ginsburg discussed her views on abortion and gender equality in a New York Times interview, in which she said, "[t]he basic thing is that the government has no business making that choice for a woman.
Carhart , U. Wade , U. In her dissent, Ginsburg opposed the majority's decision to defer to legislative findings that the procedure was not safe for women.
Ginsburg focused her ire on the way Congress reached its findings and with the veracity of the findings. Hellerstedt , U.
Although Ginsburg did not author the majority opinion, she was credited with influencing her colleagues on the case Safford Unified School District v.
Redding , U. As she said, "They have never been a year-old girl. Only Ginsburg and Stevens would have allowed the student to sue individual school officials as well.
In Herring v. United States , U. In contrast to Roberts's emphasis on suppression as a means to deter police misconduct, Ginsburg took a more robust view on the use of suppression as a remedy for a violation of a defendant's Fourth Amendment rights.
Ginsburg viewed suppression as a way to prevent the government from profiting from mistakes, and therefore as a remedy to preserve judicial integrity and respect civil rights.
Ginsburg advocated the use of foreign law and norms to shape U. Ginsburg supported using foreign interpretations of law for persuasive value and possible wisdom, not as precedent which the court is bound to follow.
Bollinger , U. In , Ginsburg dissented in Shelby County v. Holder , in which the court held unconstitutional the part of the Voting Rights Act of requiring federal preclearance before changing voting practices.
Ginsburg wrote, "Throwing out preclearance when it has worked and is continuing to work to stop discriminatory changes is like throwing away your umbrella in a rainstorm because you are not getting wet.
Besides Grutter , Ginsburg wrote in favor of affirmative action in her dissent in Gratz v. Bollinger , in which the court ruled an affirmative action policy unconstitutional because it was not narrowly tailored to the state's interest in diversity.
She argued that "government decisionmakers may properly distinguish between policies of exclusion and inclusion Actions designed to burden groups long denied full citizenship stature are not sensibly ranked with measures taken to hasten the day when entrenched discrimination and its after effects have been extirpated.
In , Ginsburg wrote the majority opinion in Strate v. A-1 Contractors against tribal jurisdiction over tribal owned land in a reservation.
Ginsburg reasoned that the state right-of-way on which the crash occurred rendered the tribal owned land equivalent to non-Indian land. She then considered the rule set in Montana v.
United States , which allows tribes to regulate the activities of nonmembers who have a relationship with the tribe.
Ginsburg noted that the driver's employer did have a relationship with the tribe, but she reasoned that the tribe could not regulate their activities because the victim had no relationship to the tribe.
Ginsburg concluded that although "those who drive carelessly on a public highway running through a reservation endanger all in the vicinity, and surely jeopardize the safety of tribal members", having a nonmember go before an "unfamiliar court" was "not crucial to the political integrity, the economic security, or the health or welfare of the Three Affiliated Tribes" internal quotations and brackets omitted.
The decision, by a unanimous Court, was generally criticized by scholars of Indian law, such as David Getches and Frank Pommersheim.
Later in , Ginsburg cited the doctrine of discovery in the majority opinion of City of Sherrill v. Oneida Indian Nation of New York and concluded that the Oneida Indian Nation could not revive its ancient sovereignty over its historic land.
The Oneida had lived in towns, grew extensive crops, and maintained trade routes to the Gulf of Mexico. In her opinion for the court, Ginsburg reasoned that the historic Oneida land had been "converted from wilderness" ever since it was dislodged from the Oneidas' possession.
Ginsburg also invoked, sua sponte , the doctrine of laches , reasoning that the Oneidas took a "long delay in seeking judicial relief".
She also reasoned that the dispossession of the Oneidas' land was "ancient". Less than a year after Sherrill , Ginsburg offered a starkly contrasting approach to Native American law.
In December , Ginsburg dissented in Wagnon v. Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation , arguing that a state tax on fuel sold to Potawatomi retailers would impermissibly nullify the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation 's own tax authority.
Oklahoma , which affirmed Native American jurisdictions over reservations in much of Oklahoma. In , Ginsburg wrote the majority opinion in Olmstead v.
In , Ginsburg wrote the majority opinion in Friends of the Earth, Inc. At his request, Ginsburg administered the oath of office to Vice President Al Gore for a second term during the second inauguration of Bill Clinton on January 20, The Supreme Court bar formerly inscribed its certificates " in the year of our Lord ", which some Orthodox Jews opposed, and asked Ginsburg to object to.
She did so, and due to her objection, Supreme Court bar members have since been given other choices of how to inscribe the year on their certificates.
Despite their ideological differences, Ginsburg considered Antonin Scalia her closest colleague on the court. The two justices often dined together and attended the opera.
In January , Ginsburg went to Egypt for four days of discussions with judges, law school faculty, law school students, and legal experts.
She said the U. During three interviews in July , Ginsburg criticized presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump , telling The New York Times and the Associated Press that she did not want to think about the possibility of a Trump presidency.
She joked that she might consider moving to New Zealand. She later apologized for her criticism calling her earlier comments "inappropriately dismissive and harsh" and noting she had not been familiar with the incident and should have declined to respond to the question.
In , Ginsburg expressed her support for the Me Too movement , which encourages women to speak up about their experiences with sexual harassment.
For so long women were silent, thinking there was nothing you could do about it, but now the law is on the side of women, or men, who encounter harassment and that's a good thing.
A few days after Bader graduated from Cornell, she married Martin D. Upon her accession to the D.
Their daughter, Jane C. Ginsburg b. Their son, James Steven Ginsburg b. Ginsburg was a grandmother of four. After the birth of their daughter, Ginsburg's husband was diagnosed with testicular cancer.
During this period, Ginsburg attended class and took notes for both of them, typing her husband's dictated papers and caring for their daughter and her sick husband.
During this period, she also made the Harvard Law Review. They celebrated their 56th wedding anniversary on June 23, Martin Ginsburg died of complications from metastatic cancer on June 27, Ginsburg was a non-observant Jew.
They were women of action, prepared to defy authority to make their vision a reality bathed in the light of the day Ginsburg had a collection of lace jabots from around the world.
In , Ginsburg was diagnosed with colon cancer , the first of her five  bouts with cancer. She underwent surgery followed by chemotherapy and radiation therapy.
During the process, she did not miss a day on the bench. Bryant Johnson, a former Army reservist attached to the U. Nearly a decade after her first bout with cancer, Ginsburg again underwent surgery on February 5, , this time for pancreatic cancer.
Ginsburg's next hospitalization helped her detect another round of cancer. Months later in August , the Supreme Court announced that Ginsburg had recently completed three weeks of focused radiation treatment to ablate a tumor found in her pancreas over the summer.
By February , the cancer had returned but this news was not released to the public. When John Paul Stevens retired in , Ginsburg became the oldest justice on the court at age In an interview in August , Ginsburg said her work on the court was helping her cope with the death of her husband.
During the presidency of Barack Obama , some progressive attorneys and activists called for Ginsburg to retire so that Obama could appoint a like-minded successor,    particularly while the Democratic party held control of the U.
Supreme Court Justice in the history of the country. Ginsburg died from complications of pancreatic cancer on September 18, , at age Five days after her death, the eight Supreme Court justices, Ginsburg's children, and other family members held a private ceremony for Ginsburg in the court's great hall.
Following the private ceremony, Ginsburg's casket was moved outdoors so the public could pay respects. Thousands of mourners lined up to walk past the casket over the course of two days.
She was the first woman and first Jew to lie in state therein. Ginsburg's death opened a vacancy on the Supreme Court about six weeks before the presidential election , initiating controversies regarding the nomination and confirmation of her successor.
Researchers at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History gave a species of praying mantis the name Ilomantis ginsburgae after Ginsburg.
The name was given because the neck plate of the Ilomantis ginsburgae bears a resemblance to a jabot, which Ginsburg was known for wearing.
Moreover, the new species was identified based upon the female insect's genitalia instead of based upon the male of the species. The researchers noted that the name was a nod to Ginsburg's fight for gender equality.
Ginsburg has been referred to as a "pop culture icon". Her increasingly fiery dissents, particularly in Shelby County v.
Holder , led to the creation of "The Notorious R. Additionally, Ginsburg's pop culture appeal has inspired nail art, Halloween costumes, a bobblehead doll, tattoos, t-shirts, coffee mugs, and a children's coloring book among other things.
Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. Ginsburg gave her blessing for the cameo, as well as to have the mini-figurine produced as part of the Lego toy sets following the film's release in February In the hit sitcom The Good Place , the "craziest secret celebrity hookup" was Canadian rapper Drake and Ruth Bader Ginsburg, whom protagonist Tahani reveals she set up as a "perfect couple".
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