Carrie Cohen was featured in American Lawyer’s coverage of the When There Are Nine Scholarship Project, a scholarship program honoring Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg that will provide financial and mentoring support to female law students, created by a group of women who all served as assistant U.S. attorneys in the Southern District of New York.
“I was surprised at how [Justice Ginsburg’s death] affected me – how upset I was by it, on a deeper level than I would have expected,” said Carrie, a member of the group of women lawyers behind the project. “I think others felt the same way. We were sharing how much Justice Ginsburg’s work, as a pioneering women’s rights lawyer, as a trailblazer, and her work on the court, meant to all of us growing up as attorneys.”
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