The Notorious RBG: Champion of Equality and Voice of Dissent

Belmont University College of Law

David L. Hudson, Jr., is Assistant Professor of Law at Belmont University College of Law, where he teaches Legal Information and Communication. A leading expert on the U.S. Constitution and landmark Supreme Court cases, he has worked on First Amendment issues for much of his career. The author, co-author, or co-editor of more than 40 books, Professor Hudson serves as a Justice Robert H. Jackson Legal Fellow for the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education and a First Amendment Fellow for the Freedom Forum Institute. He previously taught at Vanderbilt Law School and the Nashville School of Law, where he was awarded their Distinguished Faculty Award. Hudson also is a licensed boxing judge and has judged a dozen world title bouts.



Pioneering advocate. Champion of equality. Powerful dissenter. Ruth Bader Ginsburg is one of the true legendary figures in modern American law. A leading anti-discrimination lawyer before she ascended to the bench, “RBG” became a legal, cultural and feminist icon. Join award-winning Belmont law professor David L. Hudson, Jr. as he discusses this Supreme Court Justice who became an American hero.



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Barbara Charig

A fascinating lecture

Professor Hudson gave us a comprehensive lecture on one of our most
distinguished Supreme Court Justices. Ruth Ginsberg, a hero to those who loved and respected her, is well presented. One can now understand how
her life experiences contributed to her greatness. Professor Hudson captured
this, and shared his knowledge with us.

10 months ago
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