The Creative Lawyering of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Posted: October 9, 2016 by Nazim in Uncategorized

Everyone knows Ruth Bader Ginsburg the Justice, but this week takes a look at Ruth Bader Ginsburg the creative ACLU attorney who helped shape intermediate scrutiny through gender disparity cases.  These cases, including Fronterio v. Richardson, Weinberger v. Wisenfeld,and Duren v. Missouri, show how equal protection and gender was first developed, often with unexpected methods and angles.  Brett and Nazim then cover the case of Lynch v. Morales Santana, which is either a continuation of Ginsburg’s jurisprudence, or a totally new path based on immigration.  Law starts at (08:55).

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  1. You misspelled “Ginsburg”.

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