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The Life and Legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

PBA Diversity and Inclusion Best Practices Series Webcast | March 29, 2021 | 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM

During a visit to Berkeley Law in the fall of 2019, Justice Ginsburg sat down for a conversation with Professor Amanda Tyler of Berkeley Law, who clerked for the Justice at the U.S. Supreme Court and shared details, many not widely known, of her life and career. Moderated by Nancy Conrad, Chair of the Pennsylvania Bar Association (PBA) Diversity Team, Professor Tyler joins members of the PBA bench and bar to commemorate Women’s History Month with a look into the life and work of one of history’s most remarkable women.

A Glimpse Into RBG’s Personal Life:

  • Family, marriage, and early challenges breaking into a male-dominated profession.

RBG Before The Bench:

  • As advocate for gender equality.
  • The landmark cases that highlight her legacy.

The Notorious RBG, Supreme Court Justice:

  • Her time as a justice.
  • Notable briefs, opinions, and last speeches.

Developed by the PBA Diversity Team and Women in the Profession Commission, this program is part of their Diversity and Inclusion Best Practices Series. Recognizing that an environment that supports diversity and inclusion fosters greater creativity, respect and innovation, the Diversity Team has developed this series of short programs to provide a framework for implementing change and for translating insights into actions that will help you achieve and maintain a more inclusive environment within your organization.

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