In my first year of law school, we were taught that Lady Justice wears a blindfold to symbolize the premise that all laws, facts and people are judged without considering race, gender or sexual orientation. I soon learned that Lady Justice might symbolically have a blindfold over her face, but she can clearly see . . .
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