Former SJC Chief Justice Margaret Marshall And Former Federal Judge Nancy Gertner On Ginsburg's Legacy
The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday has thrown the highest court in the land into the presidential election, as President Trump announced Monday that he is looking to announce his nomination for her replacement by the end of the week. To discuss Ginsburg’s legacy — as a trailblazing woman on the bench, a defender of abortion rights and an inspiration to a generation of women lawyers — Jim Braude was joined by former Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Chief Justice Margaret Marshall and former federal judge Nancy Gertner, now a lecturer at Harvard Law School.