Tag: elena kagan
Whenever a member of the Supreme Court announces retirement, and another citizen is nominated to replace one of the most important seats in government, the National Archives gets busy. The nomination of Elena Kagan is no exception. The Clinton Presidential Library has over 160,000 pages of Kagan’s documents to sort through and provide to the [...]
Posted by Hilary on May 27, 2010, under News and Events.
Tags: elena kagan, federal documents, federal judge, federal records, kagan papers, law, national archives, nomination, senate confirmation, supreme court, william clinton
If Kagan’s nomination is accepted, she will be the fourth woman to serve as a Supreme Court Justice. Her nomination was made possible by the trail blazed—with tremendous determination—by Lockwood. Lockwood was the daughter of farmers, a widowed mother, and a wife who financially supported her ailing husband. She attended college after the death of [...]