The purpose of Law Day is to celebrate the rule of law and rededicate ourselves to upholding it. The importance of that exercise has never been greater than at this moment, as the global pandemic upending our lives has placed unprecedented strain on the courts and other institutions upon which our freedom and prosperity depend.

It is fitting that this year’s Law Day’s theme is Your Vote, Your Voice, Our Democracy: The 19th Amendment at 100. That transformative constitutional amendment, ratified in 1920, guaranteed all women the right to vote. It was then, and remains today, the largest simultaneous enfranchisement in our nation’s history.

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