From inception to execution of this in memoriam issue, my heart has overflowed with love and gratitude for the members of the Columbia Law Review Class of 2021 who were present every step of the way. To Eitan Arom, Priya Asokan, Ben Covington, Madeleine Durbin, Angie Garcia, José Jesús Martínez III, Yerv Melkonyan, Mie Morikubo, Stephen J. Piotrkowski, Sankeerth Saradhi, and Tzvi Levitin, I am grateful for each of you, both for your efforts in curating and editing this tribute and for your presence in my life. Thank you for the daily inspiration.
For additional editorial work on this special tribute, I extend a warm thank you to Kimberly Chen, John Clayton, Brett Donaldson, James Gordon, Ruth Hirsch, Michelle Lee, Casey Sumner, Xin Wang, and the Staff of the Columbia Law Review.
To Professor Gillian Metzger, Professor Amanda Tyler, and Payvand Ahdout, thank you for your unwavering support and guidance of my leadership in this undertaking to honor Justice Ginsburg. Your insight and instruction were invaluable. To Dean Gillian Lester and Assistant Dean Andrea Saavedra, thank you for your partnership and trust.
None of this would have been possible but for the steadfast and loving support of our Business Manager, Inés Dubbels, whose dedication to the Review for nearly twenty-five years has contributed not only to this issue but to the continued success of this institution. To Inés, thank you from the bottom of my heart.
May we all aspire to touch the lives of others in the way of Justice Ginsburg.
The Board of Directors, Administrative Board, and Staff of the Columbia Law Review dedicate Volume 121 of this journal to the life, legacy, and memory of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Justice Ginsburg served on the Staff of the Review in 1958–1959.