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Sandra Day O'Connor

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Sandra Day O'Connor was the first female judge to serve on the United States Supreme Court. Before joining the Supreme Court, she was a judge in Arizona. Sandra Day O'Connor was in office from 1981 until she retired in 2006.
Yes Sandra day Oconnor has done plenty of volunteer work. Her  current work at icivics is where she teaches people about the  judicial system.  
Yes. Sandra Day O'Connor lives in Phoenix, Arizona.
Yes. Former US Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, born in 1930, is the oldest of three children. The younger two, Ann and (Hollis) Alan Day, are about eight years younger than she. As of 2008, Ann Day worked for a county government in Arizona.
Ronald Reagan appointed Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman to serve on the Supreme Court, in 1981. O'Connor retired in January 2006.
Her religion is listed as Anglican/Episcopalian. In the United States, the majority of these people belong to the Episcopal Church.
Former US Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, born in 1930, is the oldest of three children. The younger two, Ann and (Hollis) Alan Day, are about eight years younger than she.
Former Justice Sandra Day O'Connor was elected to the Arizona State legislature in 1969, and served as a State Senator from 1969-1975; she was the Arizona Senate Majority Leader and Senate Republican Leader from 1973-1975.
Sandra Day O'Connor graduated from Stanford Law School in 1952, but she and her husband, John Jay O'Connor moved to Germany where he worked in the Army Judge Advocate General's Corps until 1956. They took their Arizona bar exam together in 1956. When Justice O'Connor retired from the US Supreme...
Justice Sandra Day O'Connor and her husband, John Jay O'Connor had three sons: Scott, born in 1957; Brian, born in 1960; and Jay, born in 1962.
Justice O'Connor attended Stanford University, where she received a BA in economics, before attending Stanford Law School alongside future Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist (whom she briefly dated). O'Connor was a member of the Law Review, and received an L.L.B from Stanford, a more advanced legal...
Justice O'Connor was eligible for full retirement benefits when she stepped down from the US Supreme Court in 2006. Her annual salary at that time was $208,100, which is also the retirement pay she receives from the federal government.
Justice Sandra Day O'Connor was the first woman appointed to the Supreme Court of the United States. She served from 1981 until her retirement in 2006. There are currently two women on the US Supreme Court: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Justice Sonia Sotomayor.
Sandra Day O'Connor was the first woman appointed to the US Supreme Court. President Ronald Reagan nominated her in 1981, and she was confirmed by a unanimous Senate vote. Justice O'Connor retired from the Court in 2006.
Ronald Reagan nominated the first female member of the US Supreme Court, Sandra Day O'Connor, in 1981. She was sworn in on September 25, 1981, and retired in 2006.
Former US Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor doesn't have her own school, but has had several schools named in her honor, including the law school at Arizona State University. All but one of the schools is in her home state of Arizona. Sandra Day O'Connor Elementary, Mesa, AZ Sandra Day...
Sandra Day O'Connor attended Stanford University as both an undergraduate and a law student.
"We don't accomplish anything in this world alone... and whatever happens is the result of the whole tapestry of one's life and all the weavings of individual threads form one to another that creates something." - Sandra Day O'Connor
Sandra Day (O'Connor) was born March 26, 1930, in El Paso, Texas, but grew up on her parents' cattle ranch, the Lazy-B, in southeast Arizona. Day's childhood was reminiscent of life in the Wild West. The ranch had neither running water nor electricity until 1937, and her nearest neighbors lived 25...
Yes. Sandra Day O'Connor was married to John Jay O'Connor in 1952. Her husband passed away in November 2009 from Alzheimer's Disease. They had three children.
Yes, Sandra Day O'Connor was a lawyer before she became a judge, and later the first female justice of the US Supreme Court.
There were no private California law firms willing to hire Sandra Day O'Connor in the 1950s because being a woman was a liability at that time. One firm offered her a job as a legal secretary, an insult to someone who graduated near the top of her class at Stanford Law. Sexism in private business...
Sandra Day O'Connor was the first female justice of the US Supreme Court. President Reagan nominated O'Connor on July 7, 1981, to replace Justice Potter Stewart who had recently retired. She was confirmed by a 99-0 Senate vote, and sworn in on September 22, 1981. O'Connor was a conservative who...
The first woman to be appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court wasSandra Day O'Connor. She was officially sworn in and took her seaton September 25, 1981.
Ronald Reagan nominated the first female member of the US Supreme Court, Sandra Day O'Connor, in 1981. She was sworn in on September 25, 1981, and retired in 2006.
No, Sandra did not have any girls. She had only three boys. Their names were Scott, Brian and Jay.
Justice Sandra Day O'Connor attended Stanford Law School with her future US Supreme Court colleague Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist. The two dated briefly while in school.
Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman appointed to the US Supreme Court, was born March 26, 1930, in El Paso, Texas. She grew up on her parents' cattle ranch in Arizona, but lived with her maternal grandmother in El Paso during the school year. She graduated from Stanford University and Stanford Law...
Sandra Day O'Connor was born on March 26, 1930.
Sandra Day O'Connor was the first Justice of the US Supreme COurt.
No, Sandra Day O'Connor's religion is listed as Anglican/Episcopalian.
Sandra Day O'Connor isn't buried anywhere. She is currently still alive.
She grew up near Duncan, AZ.
Unlikely. Sandra Day O'Connor had a long marriage to Jay O'Connor and gave birth to three sons. There is no indication her sexual orientation was anything other than heterosexual.
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Yes. President Lyndon B. Johnson appointed Justice Thurgood Marshall to the US Supreme Court in 1967. He served until his retirement in 1991. President Ronald Reagan appointed Justice Sandra Day O'Connor to the US Supreme Court in 1981. She served until her retirement in 2006.
Yes. O'Connor became an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court on  September 25, 1981, during Indira Gandhi's second term as India's  prime minister, January 14, 1980 to October 31, 1984 (the day on  which she was killed).
Sandra Day O'Connor was an Associate Justice on the US Supreme Court from 1981 until her retirement in 2006.
No. Sandra Day O'Connor, whom President Reagan appointed to the Supreme Court in 1981, retired in 2006 and was succeeded by sitting Justice Samuel Alito.
Justice O'Connor served on the Court from September 22, 1981 until her retirement on January 31, 2006.
President Reagan appointed Justice Sandra Day O'Connor to the US Supreme Court in 1981. She was sworn in on September 25, 1981 and retired on January 31, 2006.
Sandra Day O'Connor currently lives in Phoenix, Arizona.
none of them . . . Ronald Reagan nominated the first female US Supreme Court Justice, Sandra Day O'Connor, in 1981.
Justice Sandra Day O'Connor was 51 years old in 1981 when President Reagan appointed her as the first woman to serve on the US Supreme Court.
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Yes. President Reagan appointed Justice Sandra Day O'Connor to the US Supreme Court in 1981. She retired in 2006 and was succeeded by Justice Samuel Alito. Since 1981, there have been a total of four women appointed to the Supreme Court of the United States. Sandra Day O'Connor (1981-2006) Ruth...
  Sandra Day O'Connor has two younger siblings. The brother's name is Allan.
President Ronald Reagan nominated Sandra Day O'Connor to the US Supreme Court in 1981. O'Connor, the first female justice on the Court, retired in January 2006 in order to spend more time with her husband, Jay, who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease. Justice Samuel Alito succeeded Justice...
Ronald Reagan nominated and appointed Sandra Day O'Connor as the first woman to serve on the Supreme Court in 1981. O'Connor retired in January 2006.
Sandra Day O'Conner became famous when she became Cheif Justice of the U.S.
Yes, Sandra Day O'Connor attended college. She went to college at Stanford University in Stanford, California, where she earned her B.A. in economics in 1950 and later earned her LL.B. (Bachelor of Laws) from Stanford Law School.
Sandra day o'connor would stand for her country as a supreme court member nominated by ronal raegan with 91 votes.
She was the first female appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court.
No, she is not dead. She was born in 1930 and is living.
Yes. Sandra Day O'Connor's mother was Ada Mae Wilkey .
President Ronald Reagan appointed both justices to the US Supreme Court. He appointed Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman to serve on the Court, in 1981; she retired in 2006. He appointed Antonin Scalia to the Court in 1986. Justice Scalia is still active and is currently the Senior Associate...
Of course it's relevant. There are wars happening as we speak.
O'Conner was appointed to the Supreme Court by president Ronald Reagan. She took her seat on September 25 1981. She announced her resignation on July 1, 2005.
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Ronald Reagan elected her in 1981
The first woman appointed to the Supreme Court She is also known for having a swing opinion in many of her later cases
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She is known for her dispassionate and meticulously researched  opinions.
No, Sandra Day O'Connor did not serve in the Army.
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her major accomplishments was that she she was the first woman to serve in the united states supreme court
There had been 101 justices appointed to the Supreme Court before O'Connor. She was the 102nd in 1981 and Ruth Bader Ginzberg became the 107th justice in 1993.
There were 75 justices appointed to the Supreme court before O'Conner
For 200 years the court was always men until she came. There are 10 people on the court so 200 x 10 = 2,000 men.
No, Sandra Day O'Connor isn't dead. In fact, she is alive and well.
Sandra Day OÕConner was the first woman to be appointed to the United States Supreme Court. She was appointed in 1981. She has overcome career struggles and criticism to be the first female Justice.
Sandra Day O'Connor (born March 26, 1930) is a retired Supreme Court Justice. She was the first woman appointed to be a Justice of the US Supreme Court; President Reagan appointed her in 1981. She served till 2006.
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Sandra Day O'Connor is best know for being a United States Supreme Court judge. Sandra Day O'Connor was appointed to the Supreme Court in 1981 by Ronald Reagan and retired in 2006.
Sandra Day O'Connor Nominated by Ronald Reagan and confirmed by a 99-0 vote of the Senate, she was sworn in on September 25th 1981, becoming the first female justice in the Supreme Court's history.
Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law was created in 1964.
Justice Sandra Day O'Connor retired from the US Supreme Court in 2006. She is not employed, but is active in lecturing, educational programs, and law school mock trials, among other things.