I certainly recognize and appreciate the historic aspect of my being elected to this seat and this position,” Justice Stewart said.
“The law permeates all aspects of our lives, and so, it shouldn’t be a surprise that you can major in computer science, or music, or nursing, or education, and then go on to law school,” Justice Stewart said.
While her love of music influenced her approach to life, Justice Stewart’s receptiveness to others helped guide her along the way.
So, I like to tease that administrator today and tell her, ‘See, you were my first campaign manager,’” Justice Stewart said.
Note: Yvette McGee Brown was the first African-American woman to serve as an Ohio Supreme Court justice after her appointment by Governor Ted Strickland on Jan. 1, 2011.