It is an honor to participate in celebrating Justice Ginsburg's tenth anniversary on the Court. She is a Justice whom I admire on many fronts; moreover, she continues to be a vital part of this school as this Symposium itself attests. But an invitation to participate also presents a challenge: This session is about her and her contributions to various aspects of the Court's jurisprudence. I know Justice Ginsburg well enough to believe that nothing would cause her more discomfort than to be in an audience with herself as the sole topic. So I thought that my remarks should be both about her, and not about her. What to do? An inspiration: Why not talk about Great-West, an ERISA (Employee Retirement In-come Security Act) decision in which she wrote for a minority of four and Justice Scalia wrote for the Court.
Constitutional Law | Law
Henry P. Monaghan,
Colum. L. Rev.
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