Ruth Bader Ginsburg: the lessons she leaves behind for Law Enforcement

Photograph by Sebastian Kim / August — The New Yorker

“I tell law students… if you are going to be a lawyer and just practice your profession, you have a skill — very much like a plumber. But if you want to be a true professional, you will do something outside yourself… something that makes life a little better for people less fortunate than you.

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A Chicago Police Officer committed to the three most important aspects of policing: Public Trust, Police Accountability, and Police Effectiveness.

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