Tuesday, October 6, 2020

Building on RBG's Human Rights Legacy

Ruth Bader Ginsburg began her academic career as a comparativist, writing about Sweden's Civil Procedure laws. In her work for the ACLU and later her judicial career, she continued to draw on comparative and international law as an inspiration for moving women's human rights forward in the U.S.  You can read all about it in this new blog for the American Constitution Society, written by HRAH Blog contributing editor Risa Kaufman and co-editor Martha Davis

https://lawprofessors.typepad.com/human_rights/2020/10/building-on-rbgs-human-rights-legacy.html

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