Supreme Court Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg left one final draft, which will now be published posthumously. Prior to her death last month, Ginsburg worked with Amanda Tyler, one of her former clerks and current law professor at the University of California, Berkeley, to compose new material and collect unpublished works. This compilation will be released as a new book, titled Justice, justice you will pursue: the work of a lifetime for a more perfect union.
The book was originally slated for release next fall and was already in production by the time of the judge’s death. Now, the release date has been moved to March, allowing RBG fans to enjoy it earlier than expected.
Tyler felt lucky to have time with Ginsburg and to help him with this project. “During the spring and summer of this year, as Justice Ginsburg and I put this book together, I had the special privilege of working closely with her one last time,” she said. stated in a recent press release.
“As we exchanged drafts of different parts of this book, Justice was just as rigorous a writer as she had been 20 years ago when I hired her. Until the end, she still taught me the craft of writing. , how important precision is, and never to use four words when three will suffice. “
According to the publisher University of California Press, Justice, justice that you will pursue will present Ginsburg’s legacy by highlighting some of his favorite writings.
As the press notes, this will allow readers to “know Justice Ginsburg’s take on her legacy as an advocate for justice, as defined by her personal selection of preferred opinions written from the bench of the Court. Supreme (many of whom are dissenting). This designation offers a unique perspective in understanding how and for what Justice Ginsburg would like to be remembered. “
In addition to compiling his favorite opinions, the book strives to “share details of Judge Ginsburg’s family life and long career,” with some of his memoirs, oral arguments, and closing speeches. Each document was hand-selected by Ginsburg and Tyler to “tell the story of the litigation strategy and upbeat vision that was at the heart of Ginsburg’s unwavering commitment to achieving a” More Perfect Union ” “.
You can pre-order Justice, justice you will pursue: the work of a lifetime for a more perfect union here.
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