Justice Jackson, the First Black Female Member of the Supreme Court, Wasted No Time Asserting Herself in Dissents and Alliances

From a New York Times story by Adam Liptak headlined “In Her First Term, Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson ‘Came to Play'”:

From her first week on the Supreme Court bench in October to the final day of the term that ended last week, Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson did something remarkable for a junior justice: She established herself as a distinctive voice on the court.

“She was not cowed by her surroundings or the historical import of her appointment,” said Melissa Murray, a law professor at New York University. “She came to play.”