Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a legal icon. In more than four decades as a lawyer, professor, appellate judge, and associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, Ginsburg has influenced the law and society in real and permanent ways. This book chronicles and evaluates the remarkable achievements Ruth Bader Ginsburg has made over the past half century. Including chapters written by prominent court watchers and leading scholars from law, political science, and history, it offers diverse perspectives on an array of doctrinal areas and on different time periods in Ginsburg's career. Together, these perspectives document the impressive legacy of one of the most important figures in modern law.
The contributors are Nina Totenberg, Herma Hill Kay, Linda K. Kerber, Reva B. Siegel, Neil S. Siegel, Joan C. Williams, Stephen B. Cohen, Cary Franklin, Lisa Griffin, Aziz Z. Huq, Scott Dodson, Paul Schiff Berman, Deborah Jones Merritt, Robert A. Katzmann, Lani Guinier, Tom Goldstein, and Dahlia Lithwick. The table of contents is here.