Minority Justices Feel the Pressure of Being Role Models
For five minority judges who hold leadership positions in the judiciary, one of the great benefits is being a role model. And one of the worst is ... being a role model.
That was the takeaway from a Golden Gate University law school panel Tuesday featuring California Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye, San Francisco Chief U.S. District Judge James Ware, and three other state Supreme Court justices from around the country.
Graham, Scott, "Minority Justices Feel the Pressure of Being Role Models" (2011). Ronald M. George Distinguished Lecture Series. 8.