A podcast featuring three sitting women state Supreme Court justices discussing their experiences on their state‘s highest court. Featuring Justice Rhonda Wood of Arkansas, Former Chief Justice Bridget McCormack of Michigan, and Chief Justice Beth Walker of West Virginia.
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In this episode, the Lady Justices discuss the importance of equal access to justice. They welcome special guests Tennessee Supreme Court Justice Jeff Bivins and Anne-Lousie Wirthlin the Director of Access to Justice and Strategic Development for the... more
In this episode, Chief Justice Beth Walker of West Virginia and Justice Rhonda Wood of Arkansas welcome special guests, the original co-hosts, former Chief Justice Bridget McCormack of Michigan and former Justice Eva Guzman of Texas for a special reu... more
In this episode, the Lady Justices welcome Claire Hudnell, a senior from Lakeside High School who aspires to be an appellate judge. Although the justices typically discuss their experiences on their state’s highest court, this episode has another pur... more
Outstanding podcast. I listen to it with my daughters.
I appreciate this podcast and its purpose, but it was really disappointing to hear the Virginia split being described as a conflict over taxation without representation and property rights. It’s 2020. Please don’t exclude slavery from the narrative or use euphemisms to describe it.
Timely discussions in an election year, and I like the focus on female justices. Looking forward to the episodes!
Looks great and so informative
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Lady Justice: Women of the Court launched 3 years ago and published 34 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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