The Women of the Supreme Court Are Now Awesome LEGOs

On International Women’s Day, some new LEGO leaders strode into town. Created by Maia Weinstock, these minifigures represent the first four female Supreme Court justices of the United States. Read More »

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Knows She's Tumblr-Famous, Has 'Quite a Large Supply' of Notorious RBG Shirts

Ruth Bader Ginsburg is well aware of her Internet popularity, saying she “keeps abreast of the latest that’s on Tumblr.” In a Sunday evening interview at the 92nd St. Read More »

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Owns a 'Dissenting Collar'

In an in-depth interview with Katie Couric for Yahoo! News, Ruth Bader Ginsburg revealed her collection of international jabots, or collars. Read More »

7 Items That Were Probably On Sandra Day O'Connor's To-Do List

All of these events are real, though we can’t guarantee that the FWOTSC (First Woman of the Supreme Court) actually ever made such a list.  Read More »

Notre Dame Enters the Minefield, Plus the Other Businesses Who Will Deny Contraceptive Care After Hobby Lobby

After SCOTUS' ruling Monday, other lower courts will follow suit. A selection of the businesses--and one big university--that will challenge Obamacare's contraceptive care mandate.  Read More »

MAKING HISTORY: Sandra Day O'Connor Becomes First Female U.S. Supreme Court Justice

In honor of Women's History Month, we are celebrating with 31 days of women's history! Every day in March, we will highlight an historic moment, as told through the personal stories of our MAKERS. Read More »

Happy 80th Birthday, Ruth Bader Ginsburg! 9 Wise & Witty Quotes from the Legal Pioneer

It's Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's eightieth birthday, and we thought we'd celebrate her extraordinary life and incredible career by sharing some of her own words of wit and wisdom! Read More »

On This Day... in 1981: Sandra Day O'Connor Sworn In As First Woman On The Supreme Court

Sandra Day O'Connor broke ground when she was the first woman appointed to the Supreme Court, sworn in on September 25, 1981.   Read More »