Justice Sandra Day O’Connor stops by Google for a conversation with Kent Walker.
A pioneer in the legal profession, Justice O’Connor became the first woman appointed to the Court in 1981. Over the course of her career at the Court, she played a pivotal role in numerous rulings with far-reaching implications. Following her retirement in 2006, Justice O’Connor took on the challenge of educating students about civic engagement through the use of the Web, creating the site iCivics.
We’ll spend the hour discussing her thoughts on current legal and political debates, controversial decisions present and future, life at the Court and work with other justices, the evolution of the court system, and how technology is shaping civic engagement.