RBG, a documentary directed by Betsy West and Julie Cohen, explores the career, legal legacy and life of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg of the US Supreme Court.
The film traces her trailblazing work on women's rights as a lawyer and the force of her jurisprudence, often at its fiercest in dissent. It features interviews of Justice Ginsburg, her, colleagues at the Supreme Court, activists, politicians, and her family, The documentary shows her impact on law and social justice and as a fully-fledged pop-cultural icon.
This screening will be followed by a panel discussion with prominent academics and lawyers Margaret Thornton, Heather Roberts and Prue Bindon.
ANU Law Reform and Social Justice will be offering 100 free tickets to this event to students and friends.
Please register for your complimentary ticket. On the night, you will need to get your name checked off with Law Reform and Social Justice to receive your movie ticket to enter the screening.