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Justice Neil Gorsuch was welcomed to the Supreme Court in 2017 with a gift from Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg that dated back to his own years as a law clerk, Gorsuch revealed in a new book out on Tuesday.
The gift from Ginsburg, who has served on the high court for more than 25 years, was a law clerk manual passed on to her from Justice Byron White when he retired in 1993, Gorsuch wrote in his new book from Crown Forum, A Republic, If You Can Keep it.
The article goes on to state the following:
“When I was serving as Justice White’s law clerk, he retired and Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was appointed to serve as his successor,” Gorsuch wrote. “I remember the day my old boss passed along to his new colleague his law clerk manual, just in case she’d find it helpful in setting up her office.”
“Shortly after my confirmation, Justice Ginsburg returned that same document to me, along with many helpful updates she had added over the years,” he said. “That was quite a moment for me.”
— CNN (@CNN) September 11, 2019
Gorsuch, the youngest member of the Supreme Court, cites the anecdote as an example of how little the high court changed. https://t.co/gJEZhOyNFH
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) September 11, 2019
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