"Justice Sotomayor: Up Close and Personal"
airs: Sunday July 20 at 9:30 am and 7 pm
and Tuesday July 22 at 11:30pm
|Justice Sonia Sotomayor at Seton Hall Law School|
This Week on Due Process
For five terms now, she's been a member of America's most elite club; just the third woman to be named to the U.S. Supreme Court, one of four to have ever served.
The New York Times says that in the term that ended last month, Justice Sonia Sotomayor finally "found her voice" - and that voice was front and center at Seton Hall Law School in her recent visit to Newark.
"Due Process" was there as she judged a moot court competition, met with future lawyers, signed copies of her book, and spoke about her life and the law.
On this edition of "Due Process": Justice Sotomayor, candidly tracing the hard road that took her from the poverty of a Bronx housing project to a seat on the nation's highest court. Following our field report from Seton Hall Law, Sandra King sits down with Rutgers Law Prof. Elise Boddie and former NJ State Bar President Karol Corbin Walker.
It's a unique chance to see a "wise Latina" justice, up close and personal. Please join us!
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