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Ginsburg Clerks Remember Her as a Mentor Who Treated Them Like Family

New York Times

23 Sep 2020

Joe Palmore was featured in the New York Times for an article covering the personal bonds Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had with her law clerks, who she treated like family.

“Some clerks stayed with the justice late into the night while she toiled over opinions,” the reporter wrote. “But Joseph Palmore, a clerk from 2001 to 2002, had a baby at home when he worked for Justice Ginsburg; she often encouraged him to return home for dinner to spend time with his family.”

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