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  1. May 20, 2022 · September 25, 2018: In recognition of the day Sandra Day O’Connor was sworn in as an Associate Justice to the Supreme Court of the United States and because she has distinguished herself as an extraordinary Arizonan and American who impacted our nation’s history for all future generations, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey declared September 25 ...

  2. When Your Client's Trauma Becomes Your Trauma. Sep 14 2022 - 12:00pm. Beus Center for Law and Society, Room 550.

  3. Sep 12, 2022 · Alan Day, the brother of former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, holds a photo his sister riding her favorite horse, "Chico," at the Lazy B Ranch outside of Duncan, Ariz., in the 1950s.

  4. Dec 02, 2020 · Biography of Sandra Day O’Connor. Sandra Day O’Connor’s parents were Harry Alfred Day and Ada Mae (Wilkey). Her father was a famous rancher who had about 198,000-acre cattle ranch in Arizona. Sandra spent her childhood growing up on the ranch – a ranch that had no water or electricity for the first seven years of Sandra’s life.

  5. Mar 25, 2022 · PHOENIX, Ariz., -- Sandra Day O'Connor, 51, nominated Tuesday, July 8, 1981, by President Reagan for the U.S. Supreme Court, managed to get some work done Wednesday in her Arizona Court of Appeals ...

  6. Apr 15, 2022 · Sandra Day O’Connor is an American Retired Justice of The Supreme Court of the United States. She was the first female Supreme Court justice and the first female majority leader of any state legislative upper house. Sandra Day was born on 26 th March 1930 in El Pas, Texas. She was the daughter of Harry Alfred Day and his wife Ada Mae (Wilkey).

  7. Sandra Day O'Connor U.S. Courthouse. At this location, you may file documents, obtain court records and attend court hearings. Address. 401 W. Washington St., Suite ...

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