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This year, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg hits the big 86, putting her even closer to hitting the record for oldest sitting Supreme Court Justice.
In case you need the trivia answer, the oldest sitting Justice ever was Oliver Wendell Homes who was just a couple months shy of 91 years old when he stepped down in the early 1930s.
But it's no secret, here at FindLaw, we're big fans of the Notorious RBG. We even made a video to celebrate some of her most notable opinions. After all, celebrating the Justice's birthday is becoming a bigger and bigger event year, and with good reason.
Want to reminisce over five of Justice Ginsburg's most celebrated opinions (in our opinion), check out the video we made.
If you need a list of reasons to celebrate the Justice, don't worry, we got you covered. From her amazing collar flair which has its own cult following, to all that is Ruth, there are plenty of reasons for everyone, regardless of partisan politics, to celebrate the unique American icon she has become. Even the late Justice Scalia cherished their friendship, and we all know how close those two identified, politically.
If you don't know how to celebrate the Justice's birthday, again, we have a few ideas for you. Whether you're a law student, associate, firm owner, or non-lawyer, if you look, you'll find that there are likely events going on nearby. If not, get to social media to host your own impromptu celebration, or revel in the celebrations of others.
Chances are good there'll be others planking outside Federal courthouses across the country.
In case by some off chance you're reading this, Justice Ginsburg, we want to wish you the happiest of birthdays from all of us here at FindLaw!
And, of course, to remind you to keep eating that kale and working out.
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