Of the 121 judges who have served on the Supreme Court since its formation in 1790, eight have been Jewish: Brandeis, Cardozo, Frankfurter, Goldberg, Fortas, Ginsburg, Breyer, and Kagan. How were they similar to one another? How were they different? What impact did each have on the Court and its jurisprudence? Join Roy Klein as he talks about each of their backgrounds and judicial legacies. This event is also available virtually.