Columbia Law School Honors Justice Ginsburg
Justice Ginsburg graduated from Columbia Law School in 1959 and later served on its faculty as the first female tenured professor. This panel of Justice Ginsburg’s colleagues and former students reminisced about their experiences with her.
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Ruth Bader Ginsburg Associate Justice U.S. Supreme Court
- Kathleen Peratis Attorney New York, NY
- Lynn Hecht Schafran Commissioner American Bar Association->Commission on Women in the Profession
- Dianne Zimmerman Professor New York University School of Law
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