Democratic Vice President Joe Biden (left) and Republican Donald Trump react to former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death in Los Angeles, California on Wednesday. Paul Katami/Getty Images

This evening, Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away from cancer at the age of 95. On Thursday, Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine referenced her death during a campaign stop in Philadelphia. He said he’s honored “her gift will live on in our country.”

Tuesday, nine months after she announced her retirement, Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan said she spoke with Ginsburg early Thursday morning to express her condolences. She talked about the justice’s life, her voracious reading habits, and the potential for the court to make a wide shift in the way Americans view the Supreme Court. In a statement, Kagan also said her colleague was surrounded by “strength and love.”

In celebration of Ginsburg’s life, here’s a timeline of some of her most salient moments:

Biden and Trump react to her death

President Barack Obama described her as “one of the most respected and consequential justices the court has ever seen.” He added, “she was dedicated to making justice accessible to all.” The vice president added, “I hope one day that we can learn to name names.” (Watch below.)

April 13, 1999: Ginsburg is sworn in for her first term in the Supreme Court.

March 10, 2003: Nominated for her first term, Ginsburg is sworn in.

October 8, 2002: Hillary Clinton announces her candidacy for president.

Feb. 26, 2002: Nominated for her first term as an associate justice on the Court.

April 6, 2003: Nominated for her first term as a court-appointed solicitor general.

Feb. 29, 2004: Nominated for her first term as a court-appointed solicitor general.

June 16, 2004: Nominated for her first term as an associate justice on the Court.

Nov. 4, 2004: Nominated for her first term as an associate justice on the Court.

May 18, 2005: Nominated for her first term as a court-appointed solicitor general.

Sept. 25, 2007: Nominated for her first term as a court-appointed solicitor general.

April 20, 2008: Nominated for her first term as a court-appointed solicitor general.

May 10, 2008: Nominated for her first term as a court-appointed solicitor general.

Jan. 18, 2009: Nominated for her first term as a court-appointed solicitor general.

Dec. 7, 2010: Nominated for her first term as a court-appointed solicitor general.

March 25, 2011: Nominated for her first term as a court-appointed solicitor general.

Feb. 8, 2012: Nominated for her first term as a court-appointed solicitor general.

May 22, 2012: Nominated for her first term as a court-appointed solicitor general.

July 10, 2012: Nominated for her first term as a court-appointed solicitor general.

May 31, 2013: Nominated for her first term as a court-appointed solicitor general.

Sept. 17, 2014: Nominated for her first term as a court-appointed solicitor general.

Aug. 11, 2014: Nominated for her first term as a court-appointed solicitor general.

Sept. 9, 2015: Nominated for her first term as a court-appointed solicitor general.

Oct. 21, 2015: Nominated for her first term as a court-appointed solicitor general.

Oct. 11, 2015: Nominated for her first term as a court-appointed solicitor general.

Sept. 20, 2016: Nominated for her first term as a court-appointed solicitor general.

Inauguration Day, 2009: Nominated for her first term as a court-appointed solicitor general.

Jan. 20, 2012: Nominated for her first term as a court-appointed solicitor general.

Feb. 4, 2012: Nominated for her first term as a court-appointed solicitor general.

Feb. 11, 2012: Nominated for her first term as a court-appointed solicitor general.

Aug. 9, 2012: Nominated for her first term as a court-appointed solicitor general.