This week, our open access long read is on the late US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg who passed away last month. This article from the 'International Journal of Constitutional Law' by author Ruth Rubio-Marín features an interview with the late American Justice which took place in 2016 and was pulished a year later.

The interview took place in the framework of the European University Institute’s annual Ursula Hirschmann Lecture, a space dedicated to stimulate research and thinking which links ideas about Europe and the study of gender. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg engaged in a conversation that tackled her whole persona, without making rigid divides between the professional and the personal. Deep legal analysis, personal anecdotes, and invaluable advice for future researchers and lawyers intertwine in the interview, which sheds light on important dimensions of equality law.

The article has been made freely available online by Oxford Academic Journals  (Oxford University Press)

Please click the link below to read the full article!

'Notorious RBG': A conversation with United States Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg


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