In the fall of 1956, Ginsburg enrolled at Harvard Law School , where she was one of only nine women in a class of about five hundred men.   The Dean of Harvard Law reportedly asked the female law students, including Ginsburg, "How do you justify taking a spot from a qualified man?"  When her husband took a job in New York City, Ginsburg transferred to Columbia Law School and became the first woman to be on two major law reviews : the Harvard Law Review and Columbia Law Review . In 1959, she earned her Bachelor of Laws at Columbia and tied for first in her class.  
Usually I start my day with a cup of tea, then I might have a glass of water with my lunch and one with dinner - that's about a litre of liquid in 24 hours. It feels like plenty, but apparently it's not nearly enough.
Forever known as the Chappaquiddick Incident after the Massachusetts island where it took place, the scandal in 1969 broke the Kennedy grip on the White House.