Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, is an iconic figure in the American justice system.
This Wednesday (19 September), the ANU College of Law is presenting a film screening of RBG, a new documentary film focusing on the life, career and legal legacy of Ginsburg. The film screening will be followed by a panel discussion featuring prominent academics and lawyers Professor Margaret Thornton, Dr Heather Roberts and Prue Bindon.
The ANU Library has a number of books available for those hoping to learn more about Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the American justice system, including:
- The Lawyers who made America: from Jamestown to the White House (e-resource)
- The Rhetoric of Supreme Court Women: from obstacles to options (e-resource)
- The Oxford companion to the Supreme Court of the United States (Law Library reference)
- Supreme Court politics: the institution and its procedures (Law Library)
- The United States Supreme Court: a political and legal analysis (Law Library)
- Freedom Fighters of the United States Supreme Court: nine who championed individual liberty (Law Library)
You can register to attend the film screening and panel discussion online at the event listing.