The late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was the second woman to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court which she did with great distinction for 27 years until her recent passing. She was the first woman and the first Jew to be honored lying in state prior to her burial at Arlington National Cemetary. We will follow her journey from James Madison High School in Brooklyn, NY to the highest Court in the land.
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INSTRUCTOR: Marcia Tannenbaum, is a local mediator, attorney and educator. She is a graduate of the University of Connecticut School of Law where she produced an Independent Study Project on Leo Frank. While teaching at Nichols College, she taught courses on Law and Literature and the Literature from the Holocaust. She currently volunteers for the ARC (Attorneys Representing Children) program.
REQUIRED BOOK: My Own Words Ruth Bader Ginsburg by Harnett and Williams, Simon and Schuster, August 2018. ISBN: 9781501145254.
FOR FIRST CLASS: Please read the Preface of My Own Words and an obituary of the late Justice Ginsburg from the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Boston Globe or other newspaper.
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