After the video, at least one businesswoman asked Ginsburg to sign her copy of the “Notorious R.B.G.” book. Others jostled for selfies and handshakes.

This was ChIPs’ 10th anniversary celebrating women who work in intellectual property and technology. The conference began Tuesday and continued Wednesday. Previous Hall of Fame inductees are Rachel Krevans and Lynn Levine of Morrison & Foerster and Judge Pauline Newman of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

Newman presented the Hall of Fame award to Justice Ginsburg on Tuesday. Newman, in keeping with the evening’s pop culture undertones, called Ginsburg a “notorious litigator and lawyer.”

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