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Renee Flaherty and Andrew Pinson. (Photos: John Disney/ALM) Renee Flaherty (left) and Andrew Pinson. (Photos: John Disney/ALM)

It was an unusual topic for the Georgia Supreme Court, to be sure. But for 40 minutes Tuesday morning, the justices—eight men and one woman—discussed who should be qualified to help women learn to “do what they’ve done since the dawn of time,” in the words of Justice Sarah Warren.

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Katheryn Tucker

Katheryn Hayes Tucker is an Atlanta-based reporter covering legal news for the Daily Report and other ALM publications.

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