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Clerking For Ginsburg: 3 Surprises

Law360 (August 10, 2018, 1:21 PM EDT) -- Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg joined the U.S. Supreme Court 25 years ago, on Aug. 10, 1993, and is not planning to retire anytime soon — she has hired clerks through 2020. What's it like to assist Justice Ginsburg? In this Expert Analysis series, former clerks reflect on the experience.

David Post I had the good fortune to clerk twice for Ruth Bader Ginsburg — first in 1986-1987, when Judge Ginsburg was sitting on the D.C. Circuit and I was a newly minted Georgetown Law graduate, and then in 1993-1994, when I was completing a stint as a practicing lawyer at a...

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