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Ruth Bader Ginsberg is So Cool, She Has Her Own Lego Figure

Maia Weinstock Forget Lego Friends — MIT news editor Maia Weinstock has created custom legos any mother would love to have her daughters (and sons!) play with.

A real life (Lego) Justice League!

In honor of International Women’s Day (Sunday, March 8), Weistock created a custom lego set of the four Supreme Court women justices. Including MOTs Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Elana Kagan. Yes, 50% of this awesome Justice League is Jewish. Major pride.

Aside from creating the lego replicas of the four justices, which she calls “the Legal Justice League”, Weinstock also created a replica of the Supreme Court and a SCOTUS library/study, so kids can engage in some serious legislative play.

Weinstock says she created this judicial replica ” to encourage girls and women to work toward high positions in the U.S. judicial system.”

I have to say, if I had this lego set growing up, I would definitely be inspired to don some black robes and do some real justice!

Here, see for yourself:

Maia Weistock

Maia Weinstock

Maia Weinstock

Maia Weinstock

Maia Weistock

Maia Weinstock You can find more pictures of Maia Weinstock’s flickr

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