Former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor’s Legacy Is Strong in Today’s Courts and Offices

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“We don’t hire women.” That was the message Sandra Day O’Connor received from around 40 law firms early in her career, even though she graduated in the top 10 percent of her class at Stanford Law School in 1952.

We don’t see that problem today, thanks to the efforts of women like Justice O’Connor, the first woman to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court, who died December 1, 2023 of complications with dementia at age 92.

While we have laws now that prohibit companies from hiring or not hiring people on the basis of sex — with a few rare

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