Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Thursday told a class of first-year law students in Washington that the partisan divisions dominating government today are “not serving our country well.”

Ginsburg, appearing at Georgetown University Law Center, was responding to a student’s question about how she might draw on her friendship with the late conservative Justice Antonin Scalia—the justice’s ideological opposite on the court—as a guide to bridge divides.

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