Don’t Bet On Ginsburg Retiring Soon, High Court Vet Says

President Donald Trump may not get to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg after all, Carter Phillips of Sidley Austin LLP suggested Wednesday, noting that, at age 84, the Supreme Court’s oldest member has an “iron will and a desire at least to make it to the next election.”

Phillips — who has argued in the high court over 80 times and serves as managing partner of Sidley Austin’s Washington, D.C., office — delivered the assessment about the pioneering women’s rights lawyer-turned associate justice during a question-and-answer...

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