During His 1st Day As Justice, Kavanaugh Did In ONE Day What Ruth Ginsburg Took 25 Years To Do | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


During His 1st Day As Justice, Kavanaugh Did In ONE Day What Ruth Ginsburg Took 25 Years To Do

Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh, confirmed to the Supreme Court amid fiery accusations of sexual misconduct against women, arrived Tuesday for his first day on the bench with an unprecedented all-female class of law clerks.

As a result, more than half of the Supreme Court’s law clerks this year will — for the first time in American history — be women.

Former colleagues of Justice Kavanaugh have described a longstanding reputation of promoting women in law. During his 12 years at the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, the majority of Justice Kavanaugh’s law clerks were women — 25 of 48 — and during his confirmation hearings he testified that he graduated more of them to clerkships at the Supreme Court than any other federal judge.

Supreme Court clerkships — among the most coveted credentials in American law — offer young lawyers unusual influence over the court’s proceedings. There are about 36 law clerks each term, and they offer recommendations on which cases to hear, help prepare the justices for oral arguments and draft major portions of the opinions and dissents.

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btw - nein schwartza

jrohio2

RBG has never had a black intern, hmm

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