So much work to do at the Supreme Court! If people do what they are supposed to do instead of not facing the real issues and walking out on meetings, nothing gets done. The rules are the rules, do what you're supposed to do and stop your whining and being a spoiled BRAT! !
#headstand at the Supreme Court overlooking the US Capital!!! And almost got kicked out by the Supreme Court police officer 😜 Life is short, remember to slow down and have some fun! Only us Californians wearing running outfit touring around town! And, no, I am not wearing slim waist band! It’s my @flipbelt the running belt I wear when I run, it’s carrying my phone, ID, credit cards, keys and Kleenex so I don’t have to carry a bag going through tight security system everywhere we go in DC!
Black Lawyers Matter! I present to you graduating members of the Black Law Students Association at American University Washington College of Law. Again, thanks @airialj, @au_wcl and @wcl_blsa for this great opportunity.
Sandra Day O’Connor 👩⚖️This incredible lady was the FIRST woman supreme court justice, appointed to the court in 1981. She received her law degree from Stanford Law School, being TOTALLY outnumbered by men in her graduating class. She is known for her intelligence, kindness, and independence. She always did what SHE thought was best, independent of any party ❤️ . . . . . #4monthsold#wtemoms
2020 Democratic Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Indiana walking through protesters who are at rally to stop the abortion bans in the United States on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington on May 21, 2019. #petebuttigieg#petebuttigieg2020
Protesters rally to stop the abortion bans in the United States on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington on May 21, 2019. -- Photo by Jack Gruber, USA TODAY Staff #abortionrights#plannedparenthood
The first session of the Supreme Court was convened on February 1, 1790, but it took some 145 years for the Supreme Court to find a permanent residence the magnificent Neoclassical building 👏👏Washington DC🇺🇸
Taking time during my vacation in Washington to protest outside the Supreme Court ✊. I'm proud to be Pro-Choice and I will always fight for every woman's right to safe, legal, accessible abortion . . . #stopthebans#abortionrights
The main entrance of the Supreme Court Building is on the west, facing the U.S. Capitol building. Sixteen marble Corinthian columns support the pediment. Along the architrave (the molding just above the columns) are the engraved words, "Equal Justice Under Law." The building was designed on a scale in keeping with the importance and dignity of the Court and the Judiciary as a coequal, independent branch of the United States Government🇺🇸 Marble was chosen as the principal material .Vermont marble was used for the exterior, while the four inner courtyards are of crystalline flaked, white Georgia marble. Above the basement ...
#womancrushwednesday Today, a lot of people like to use their girlfriends/instagram models for Woman Crush Wednesday... but not me. Gotta show some love to the first Latina and Hispanic Justice in the US Supreme Court. THAT IS BADASS!!! Graduate of both @princeton and @yale, the one and only Sonia Sotomayor. She’s done the Bronx proud and is a role model for women everywhere. 🙌🙌🙌 #justice
We went to the #stopthebans rally at the Supreme Court to hear what protesters have to say about the restrictive abortion laws that were recently passed in states like Alabama, Georgia and Kentucky. ⠀ ⠀ #stopthebans
Se há algo de bom com a criação das mídias sociais, sem sombra de dúvidas é a conexão que nos permite sem termos qualquer tipo de proximidade. Antigamente vivíamos limitados a nosso espaço físico, hoje podemos se unir (de norte a sul) e estarmos ao vivo falando para uma quantidade ilimitada de pessoas. 👉 E vocês que acompanham os stories sabem, o #minutotrabalhista está com tudo e já está rendendo uma série de lives que eu e a minha amiga e parceira @rachelscabral vamos fazer para compartilhar um pouco do que aprendemos nessa lida diária da advocacia empreendedora, com pouco ...