Bernstein Symposium with Sonia Sotomayor

Published 2014-04-08
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor talked about the importance of relationships, public service and not being afraid in a conversation with Georgetown law professor Eloise Pasachoff during the Bernstein Symposium.

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  • @KnowTrentTimoy
    Part of Justice Sotomayor's popularity is the fact that she's open and seemingly accessible to the public in general and on a regular basis. She speaks with an eloquence and charm that encapsulates you and makes the audience a part of the process. This connotation of enigmatic preponderance is a condition that has been mostly encouraged by the male justices to instill a mystic facade that maintains a false narrative. Justices Scalia and Breyer are notable exceptions.
  • Total admiration for Justice Sotomayor. She is a Latina iconic figure.🙏