Justice Kagan Calls High Court A Time Capsule That Works

By Natalie Rodriguez (January 31, 2020, 12:03 AM EST) -- The U.S. Supreme Court may be stuck in the past when it comes to some of its processes, but it's a system that still works well, Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan said at a New York event on Thursday.

Sitting beneath the American Museum of Natural History's iconic life-size blue whale model, Justice Kagan spoke at the New York State Bar Association's annual gala, where she received the organization's 2020 Gold Medal for her work and impact on the legal community.

Comparing her time from when she served as a U.S. Supreme Court clerk to now, Justice Kagan noted that the...

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