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Birthdays, Weddings, and In Between: RBG and Her Clerks


20 Sep 2020

Joe Palmore spoke to Law360 about his time clerking for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

According to Joe, he was able to learn important life lessons both from Justice Ginsburg directly and through her relationship with her husband, Marty, who died in 2010. The two, he says, had an “exemplary” marriage of two equal partners and parents.

“Through the decades as she navigated an overwhelmingly male and sexist legal profession on her way to its very top, Marty was her biggest cheerleader,” Joe said. “Decades later, this high-powered, loving partnership was on full display to us law clerks.”

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