Courthouse News Service  |  October 5, 2022

“I found her questioning to be a breath of fresh air because she comes to problems from the perspective of someone who has experienced many of the hardships that litigants face,” Lawrence Gostin, faculty director of the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law and Georgetown Law, said in an email. “She doesn’t have a highly privileged background like so many other justices. Instead, she will have real-world experiences in her career and in her life guide her engagement on the most thorny legal issues. I expect her to be rigorous and impartial, but leaning toward justice and nondiscrimination in her judicial outlook.”

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