1. Pat Bagley, Women and the Supreme Court, The Salt Lake Tribune (Aug. 1, 2014).

     


  2. She has created a wonderful thing with Notorious R.B.G. I will admit I had to be told by my law clerks, what’s this Notorious. And they — they explained that to me.
    — The Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg a.k.a. notoriousrbg to katiecouric. (via staff)

    (Source: Yahoo!, via staff)

     


  3. It took her 17 years after his death, but 81-year-old Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is finally aware of the Notorious B.I.G. Ginsburg’s law clerks informed her after first showing her the “Notorious RBG” Tumblr that was created in the summer of 2013. Ginsburg revealed this and other fun facts in an interview with Katie Couric that touched on her women-hating male colleagues, her longevity on the court, and, most important, her new awareness of the Brooklyn hip-hop legend and her own meme-ification.

    “I will admit I had to be told by my law clerks, what’s this Notorious,” Ginsburg said, phrasing that sentence in the most perfect way imaginable.
    — Adam K. Raymond, Ruth Bader Ginsburg Knows All About the Notorious R.B.G. Meme, New York Magazine (July 31, 2014).
     

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  5. "I haven’t seen anything that isn’t either pleasing or funny on that website."

    Dead. I am dead.

    (Source: Yahoo!)

     
     

  6. Get ready.

     


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  8. katiecouric:

    "I will do this job as long as I can do it full steam…" - SCOTUS Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on retirement. Get a sneak peek of our interview above and check out the full interview tomorrow on Yahoo News. 

    (via yahoonews)

     
     

  9. katiecouric:

    I had a great time talking to SCOTUS Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg about Hobby Lobby, her retirement and women’s rights.  Watch the full interview tomorrow on Yahoo News. Plus, tune in to ABC World News tonight at 6:30 pm for a sneak peek of our interview!

     

  10. "Justice Ginsburg … sees her interests as ‘being herself,’ preserving her ‘dignity,’ and promoting her ‘independence.’"

    Memorandum from Ron Klain for David Gergen, Justice Ginsburg: Performance Pitfalls (July 14, 1993).

    (thanks for the submission, pleaseletthisurlbeavailable!)