Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg remembers the pressure she felt when she enrolled at Harvard Law School in 1954. As one of just nine women in a class of more than 500, she felt compelled to be aggressive. "We were accustomed to being in the spotlight," she said. Speaking at a four-person panel on women and the Supreme Court at the Georgetown University Law Center on Wednesday afternoon, Ginsburg credited much of her career success to her aggressiveness and drive.
Women Reflect on Role at the Supreme Court
The National Law Journal
April 12, 2010