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Sandra D. OConnor – 2011

Sandra D. OConnor – 2011

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Reporl Required /he Elhics Governmen/ Ac/ o/1978 
Rev. 112012 
FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2011 U.S.C. opp. JOI-I PCrson Reporting (last name, first, middle initial) OCONNOR, SANDRA Court OrganiLation SUPREME COURT UNITED STA TES Date Report 0510112012 Title (Article Ill judges indicate active senior status; magistrate judges indicate full-or part-time) Associate Justice (Rel.) Sa. Report Type (check appropriate type) Nomination Date Initial [{] Annual Final Sb. Amended Report Reporting Period 01/01/2011 12/31/2011 Chambers Office Address FIRST STREET, N.E. WASHINGTON, D.C. 20543 
IMPORTANT NOTES: The instructions accompa11yi11g this form must followed. Complete all parts, checking the NONE box for each part where you ha1e reportable information. Insert signature 011 fast page. POSJTJ ONS. (Reporting individual only; see pp. 9-13 filing instructions.) NONE (No reportable positions.) 
NAME ORGANIZATION/ENTITY 
The National Constitution Center Member The Rockefeller Foundation, Board Trustees Member, Advisory Board Smithsonian National Museum Natural History 
Board Member ABA Central European and Eurasian Law Initiative Council Board Member ABA Museum Law 
Co-Chair, National Advisory Council Campaign for the Civic Mission Schools 
Chancellor 
Board Member 
Board Member 
 
 
IO. Advisor 
11. 
Advisory Board Member 
 
12. 
Chair the Board Directors 
 
13. 
Chair the Advisor Committee 
 
14. 
Advisory Board Member 
 
15. 
Honorary Member 
 
16. 
Special Advisor 
 
 
College William and Mary 
Randall Lineback Breed Association 
William Rehnquist Center 
Aspen lnstitutes Justice and Society Program 
Bill Lane Center for the Study the North American West Stanford 
iCivics.org 
OConnor Judicial Selection Initiative 
Lloyd Curtler Center for the Rule Law the Salzburg Global Seminar 
Board for the Foundation for the Future. 
American Bar Association Commission Civic Education the Nations Schools 
 
 
17. Advisory Board Member Alzheimers Drug Discovery Foundation 
18. Task Force Member Michigan Judicial Selection Task Force 
19. Honorary Board Member International Network Promote the Rule Law (INPROL) 
 
20. 
Co-Chair National Advisory Council -Heard Museum 
 
21. 
Board Member National Institute for Civil Discourse -University Arizona 
 
22. 
Special Advisor OConnor House Project 
 
 
II. AGREEMENTS. (Reporting individ11al only; see pp. 14-16 filing instructions.) 12] NONE (No reportable agreements.) 
DATE PARTIES AND TERMS 
 
 
 
Date Report 
05/01/2012 
OCONNOR, SANDRA 
III. NON-INVESTMENT COME. (Reporting indfridual and spouse; see pp. 17-24 filing instmctions.) Filers Non-Investment Income NONE (No reportable non-investment income.) 
 
 SOURCE AND TYPE INCOME 
(yours, not spouses) 01/26111 Random House -royalty $596.90 07/19/11 Random House -royalty $902.64 Spouses Non-Investment Income -I/you were married during any portion the reporting year, complete this section. 
(Dollar amount not required except.for honoraria.) 
[{] NONE (No reportable non-investment income.) 
 
SOURCE AND TYPE 
 
 
IV. REIMBURSEMENTS -transportation, lodging.food, entertainment. 
(Includes those ;pouse and dependent children; see pp. 25-2 o.f filing instructions.) NONE (No reportable reimbursements.) 
ITEMS PAID PROVIDED 
 
 
 
Dale Re11orl 
OCONNOR, SANDRA 
05/01/2012 (lnc/11des those It> spm1se and dependent children; see pp. 28-31 filing imtructions.) NONE (No reportable gifts.) 
SOURCE DESCRIPTION VALUE American Bar Association Chihuly Glass Artwork -Estimated value $2,000.00 
 
 
VI. LIABILITIES. (Includes those 1ifspouse and dependent children; see pp. 32-33 filing instructions.) 
[{] NONE (No reportable liabilities.) 
CREDITOR DESCRIPTION 
 
VALUE CODE 
 
 
 
Date Report 
OCONNOR, SANDRA 
05/01/2012 
VII. INVESTMENTS and TRUSTS --income, value, transactions r1nc1udes t1tose spouse and dependent children; see PP 1.t-60 offilinr: instructions.J NONE (No reportable income, assets, transactions.) 
Description Assets Income during Gross val end Transactions during reporting period (including trust assets) reporting period reporting period 
(I) (I) (I) 
(2) (3) (4) 
(5) 
Place (X) after each asset Amount Type (e.g., Value Value Type (e.g., Date Value Gain Identity 
exempt from prior disclosure Code div., rent, Code2 Method buy, sell, mm/dd/yy Code2 Code buyer/seller 
(A-II) int.) (J-P) Code redemption) (J-P) (A-II) (if private Income Gain Codes: =$1,000 less B=$1,001-$2.500 =$2.501 -$5,000 =$5.00 -$15,000 =$15,001 -$50,000 
(Sec Columns and 04) =$50.001  $!00,000 I00.00 -$1.000.000 Ill =$1.000,001 -$5.000.000 t12 =More than $5.000.000 Value Codes =$15,000 less K=$15,001 -$50,000 L=$50,001 -$100.000 =$100.001 -$250.000 
(Sec Columns and 03) N=$250,00I -$500,000 =$500,001 -$1,000.000 =$1,000,001 -$5,000,000 =$5.000,001 -$25,000.000 =$25,000.00 -$50,000,000 =More than $50.000,000 Value Method Codes ::Appraisal =Cost (Real Estate Only) =Assessment =Cash Market 
(Sec Column C2) U=Book Value V=Othcr W=Estimated 
 
 
Date Report 
05/01/2012 
OCONNOR, SANDRA 
VII. INVESTMENTS and TRUSTS -income, m1ue, transactions (1nc1m1es those spouse and dependent children; see PP 3-1-60 filing instructions.) NONE (No reportable income, assets, transactions.) 
Description Assets 1ncome during Gross value end Transactions during reporting period 
(including trust assets) reporting period reporting period 
 
(I) (2) (I) (2) (I) 
(3) (4) (5) 
Place (X) after each asset 
Amount Type (e.g., Value Value Type (e.g., Date Value Gain Identity exempt from prior disclosure 
Code 
div., rent, Code Method buy, sell, mm/dd/yy Code Code buyer/seller (A-H) int.) (J-P) Code redemption) (J-P) (A-II) (if private (Q-W) transaction) Income Gain Codes: =$1.000 less =$1.001 -$2.500 c=$2.501 -$5,000 0=$5.001-$15,000 E=$15,001 -$50,000 
(Sec Columns and 04) F=$50,001 -$100,000 =$I 00,00 -$1.000.000 Ill =$1.000,001 -$5.000.000 112 =More than $5,000,000 Value Codes J=$15,000 less =$15,001 -$50.000 =$50.001 -$100.000 =$100.00 -$250.000 
(Sec Columns and 03) =$250,00 -$500.000 0=$500,00 -$1,000,000 =$1.000.001 -$5,000,000 =$5.000,00 -$25,000,000 
13=$25.000.00 -$50.000.000 =More than $50.000,000 Value Method Codes =Appraisal =.Co:st (Real b;1. 
05/01/2012 
VII. INVESTMENTS and TRUSTS --income, vatue, transactions r1nc111des those of.,po11se and dependent d1ildre11; see PP J-1-60 offiting instructions.) NONE (No reportable income, assets, transactions.) 
Description Assets Income during Gross value end Transactions during reporting period (including trust assets) reporting period reporting period 
(I) (2) (I) (2) (I) (2) (3) (4) 
Place (X) after each asset 
Amount Type (e.g., Value Value Type (e.g., Date Value Gain Identity exempt from prior disclosure 
Code 
div., rent, Code Method buy, sell, mm/dd/yy Code Code buyer/seller (A-H) int.) (J-P) Code redemption) (J-P) (A-II) (if private (Q-W) transaction) 
52. -Caterpillar Inc. Dividend 
53. -Chevron Corp Dividend 
54. -Church Dwight Inc Dividend 
55. -Cisco Systems Inc. Dividend 
56. -Dentsply International Dividend 
57. -Dominion Resources Inc Dividend 
58. -EMC Corp Mass None 
59. -Exxon Mobil Corp Dividend 
60. -General Electric Dividend 
61. -Illinois Tool Works Inc Dividend 
62. -Intel Corp Dividend 
63. -International Business Machines Corp IBM Dividend 
64. -Johnson Johnson Dividend 
65. -JPMorgan Chase Dividend 
66. -Lowes Companies Inc Dividend 
67. -Microsoft Corp Dividend 
68. -Pepsico Inc Dividend Income Gain Codes: :::$ ].000 Jess =$t,001 -$2.500 =$2.50t -$5,000 =$5.00 -$15,000 =$15,001 -$50.000 
(Sec Columns and D4) =$50.001 -$I 00,000 G=$100.001-$1.000.000 Ill =$1.000,001 -$5,000.000 112 =More than $5,000.000 Value Codes =$15.000 less =$15,001 -$50,000 =$50,00 -$100.000 =$100.00 -$250.000 
(Sec Columns and 03) =$250.001 -$500.000 =$500,00 -$1,000.000 =$1,000.001 -$5.000.000 =$5,000.00 -$25,000.000 =$25.000.00 -$50.000.000 =More than $50.000.000 Value Method Codes =Appraisal =Cost (Real Estate Only) =Assessment =Cash Market 
(Sec Column C2) =Book Value =Other =Estimated 
 
 
Dale ofRcporl 
OCONNOR, SANDRA 
05101/2012 
VII. INV EST MENTS and TRUSTS --income, m111e, 1ra11sac1io11s r1nd11aes 11iose of.1po11se and aepenae111 c1iuare11: see pp. 3.t-6o filing i11s1ruc1io11s.J NONE (No reportable income, assets, transactions.) 
Description Assets Income during Gross value end Transactions during reporting period 
(including trust assets) reporting period reporting period 
 
(I) (2) (I) (2) (I) (3) (5) 
Place (X) after each asset Amount Type (e.g., Value Value Type (e.g., Date Value Gain Identity 
exempt from prior disclosure Code div., rent, Code Method buy, sell, mm/dd/yy Code Code buyer/seller 
(A-HJ int.) (J-P) Code3 redemption) (J-P) (A-II) (if private 
(Q-W) transaction) 
 
69. -Procter Gamble Co. Dividend 
70. -Southern Company Dividend 
71. Rowe Price Group Inc. Dividend 
72. -Target Corp Dividend 
73. -US Treasury Bills None Sold 02/17/11 
74. -US Treasury Bills None Buy 03/02/11 
75. Sold 08/18/11 
76. -US Treasury Bills Due 02-23-12 None Buy 08/30/11 
77. -United Technologies Corp Dividend 
78. -Walgreen Company Dividend 
79. -Wells Fargo Company Dividend 
80. Folge Nolan Fleming Douglas (Cash Account) None 
81. Income Gain Codes: =$1,000 less =$1.00t -$2.500 =$2.501  $5.000 D=$5,00I  $15,000 =$15,001 -$50.000 
(Sec Columns llI and 04) F=$50.00l -$100.000 =$100.00  $1.000.000 lll =$1.000,001 -$5,000.000 112 =More than $5.000,000 Value Codes =$15.000 less =$15.001 -$50.000 =$50.001 -$100,000 =$100.001 -$250.000 
(Sec Columns and DJ) =$250,00  $500.000 =$500.001 -$1.000.000 =$1,000.001 -$5,000,000 =$5,000,001  $25.000,000 =$25,000.00 -$50,000.000 =More than $50,000.000 Value Method Codes Appraisal =-Co!:>t (Real Estate Only) =Assessment =Cash Market 
(Sec Column C2) =Book Value V=Othcr =Estimated 
 
 
Name Person lkporting 
Date Report 
OCONNOR, SANDRA 
05/01/2012 
VIII. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION EXPLANATIONS. (lndicaleparlofreporl.) 
 
 
Date Report 
OCONNOR, SANDRA 
05/01/2012 
IX. CERTIFICATION. certify that all information given above (including information pertaining spouse and minor dependent children, any) accurate, true, and complete the best knowledge and belief, and that any information not reported was withheld because met applicable statutory provisions permitting non-disclosure. further certify that earned income from outside employment and honoraria and the acceptance gifts which have been reported arc compliance with the provisions U.S.C. app.  501 et. seq., U.S.C.  7353, and Judicial Conference regulations. 
Signature: SANDRA OCONNOR 
NOTE: ANY INDIVIDUAL WHO KNOWINGLY AND WILLFULLY FALSIFIES FAILS FILE TlllS REPORT !IA SUBJECT CIVIL AND CRIJllNAL SANCTIONS U.S.C. app.  104) 
Committee Financial Disclosure Administrative Office the United States Courts Suite 2-301 One Columbus Circle, N.E. Washington, D.C. 20544 
Sandra Day OConnor 
IV. Reimbursements 
Transportation, Lodging, Food, Entertainment 
 
2011 Stanford University January Miami, Florida -Visit with President the University and alumni. (Tickets the Orange Bowl Game) District Court the Virgin Islands January 17-18. St. Thomas, Virgin Islands Attend program Annual District Conference, give remarks the luncheon. (Transportation, lodging and meals) iCivics Inc. February 21. Pebble Beach, California Attend meeting state coordinators for iCivics (Transportation, lodging and meals) Rockefeller Foundation March 16-17. New York, New York Participation Board meetings. (Transportation, lodging and meals) Goldman Sachs March 18. New York, New York Participate conversation style format with QA period with the female attorneys and consultants. (Lodging) State Department March 20-26. Buenos Aires, Argentina and Montevideo, Uruguay Participation with U.S. Embassy staff visits the judicial, dignitaries and members congress, and remarks university students and faculty three respective universities. (Transportation, lodging and meals for self) The Wall Street Journal April 4-5. Palm Beach, Florida Participation various panel discussions for the Wall Street Journal -Women the Economy Task Force Meeting. (Transportation, lodging and meals for self) iCivics Inc. April 11-12. Austin, Texas Remarks the Advanced Micro Devices Game On! Texas Conference, iCivics presentations various area middle school students, participate after dinner program, meeting with Texas State Bar Law Related Education Board Members, iCivics presentation teachers and coordinators, lunch meeting with judges. (Lodging and meals for self) National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, Richard Sias and Oklahoma City University April 13-14. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Visit the campus Oklahoma City University and visit with students and faculty conversation style format with QA session Remarks luncheon, receive Annie Oakley Society Award (Transportation provided Richard Sias, lodging provided Oklahoma City University, meal provided National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum for self) 
10. University Virginia Professor Jam Todd April 28-29. Charlottesville, Virginia. Visit the campus Batten School the University Virginia, lecture with QA with students. (Lodging and meal provided the University and transportation Williamsburg, Virginia provided Professor James Todd for self). 
 
 
11. Colonial Williamsburg Foundation April 30. Williamsburg, Virginia Participated panel discussion and attend awards dinner. Received the Colonial Williamsburg Churchill Bell Award. (Transportation, lodging and meals provided the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation for self). 
12. Michigan State Bar Foundation and the Michigan Judicial Selection Task Force June 14. Detroit, Michigan Remarks concerning the support merit selection justices. (Transportation and meal for self). 
13. Connecticut Judges Institute June 17. West Have, Connecticut Remarks conference. (Transportation, lodging and meal for self). 
14. Rockefeller Foundation June 21-23. New York, New York Participation Board meetings. (Transportation, lodging and meals for self) 
15. Aspen Ideas Festival, Aspen Institute June -July Aspen, Colorado Remarks Aspen participants and visit with students. (Transportation and lodging for self). 
16. National Center for States Courts July 11. Las Vegas, Nevada Presentation OConnor Award for Advancement Civics Chief Justice Jean Hoefer Toal and remarks luncheon. (Transportation and lodging for self). 
17. Guiding Lights Network July 28. Seattle, Washington Conference the Gates Foundation about the revitalization civics education. (Transportation and meals for self). 
18. American Bar Association August -6. Toronto, Canada Annual American Bar Association conference. Receipt the John Marshall Award. Presentation Conversation Civic Education with Justice Breyer. Participation panel discussion. (Transportation, and meals for self). 
 
 
 
19. Chautauqua Institute August 29. Chautauqua, New York Attend reception/dinner and various discussions. (Transportation from airport and return for self). 
20. Missouri Bar Association August 29. St. Louis, Missouri Remarks given the National Summit Protect Merit Selection, attend panel merit selection and partisan judicial elections. (Transportation, lodging and meals for self). 
21. United States Court Appeals for the Ninth Circuit September Billings, Montana Sit with the Ninth Circuit Court Appeals Panel. (Transportation, meals and lodging for self) 
22. University Florida, College Law and the Bob Graham Center for Public Service September 12. Gainesville, Florida Deliver the Poucher Lecture the University Florida and interviews and conversations the Bob Graham Center for Public Service. (Transportation, meals and lodging for self) 
23. National Constitution Center September 16. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Participate interviews, tapings and naturalization ceremony; visit local school concerning civics education. (Transportation, meals and lodging for self) 
24. Carmel Authors Ideas Festival September 22-24. Carmel, California Remarks given middle school students, high school students and adult group. (Transportation, meals and lodging for self) 
25. United States State Department October 1-8, 2011. Ankara, Adana and Istanbul, Turkey Lectures various universities, courtesy call Supreme Court Turkey, discussion with the High Counsel Judges and Public Prosecutors, discussions with bar association and law professionals. (Transportation, meals and lodging for self) 
 
 
 
26. Suenobu Foundation grant Japan American Society for Legal Studies (a/k/a Nichibei Gakukai) October 28-November 2011. Hanoi, Vietnam and Osaka, Kyoto and Tokyo, Japan Lectures various universities and discussions with students, courtesy call Supreme Court Japan, and American Ambassador Japan. (Transportation, meals and lodging for self) 
27. Civics Ventures December 1-5, 2011. San Francisco, Deliver the Gardner Lecture dinner. (Transportation and meals for self) 
28. Yuma County Library December 2011. Yuma County, Arizona Informal discussion with the community Yuma County and book signing. (Transportation, meals and lodging for self) 
29. Ronald Reagan Presidential Library December 11, 2011. Los Angeles, Participate the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library Speaker Series, delivered luncheon remarks with questions and answer session with audience. (Transportation, meals and lodging for self)