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1. Clarence Thomas
Clarence Thomas Supreme Court Justice: Clarence ThomasClarence Thomas is an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court and the second African American to serve. Succeeding Thurgood Marshall, Thomas is the second African American to serve as an Associate Justice on the Court. Clarence Thomas was born on June 23, 1948 and grew up in Georgia. He attended the College of the Holy Cross wh..
2. Earl Warren
Earl Warren Supreme Court Justice: Earl WarrenEarl Warren was the fourteenth Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. He was born on March 19, 1891 in Los Angeles, California. Earl Warren grew up in Bakersfield, California and attended Kern County High School. He went on to attend University of California, Berkeley where he graduated in 1912 with a B.A. in Legal Studies, and then Boalt Hall Law..
3. Facts About the State Court of New York
Facts About the State Court of New York New York State Court Defined:As is common in all 50 states in America, the head of the executive branch of the local government of New York is the Governor of the state.New York consists of a legislative branch, referred to as the legislature, which consists of a Senate and an Assembly. Dissimilar to most states; however, New York electoral law permits electoral fusions, which ..
4. John Marshall
John Marshall Supreme Court Justice: John MarshallJohn Marshall was the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court between 1801 and 1835. His court opinions helped create the foundation for constitutional law in America and made the United States Supreme Court a coequal branch of government with the executive and legislative branches. Previously, John Marshall had acted as the leader of the Virginia..
5. John Paul Stevens
John Paul Stevens Supreme Court Justice: John Paul StevensJohn Paul Stevens was an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court between December 19, 1975 and his retirement in June 29, 2010. Upon his retirement, John Paul Stevens was the oldest member of the Supreme Court and the third-longest serving associate justice in the history of the Court. John Paul Stevens was nominated by Presi..
6. Louis Brandeis
Louis Brandeis Supreme Court Justice: Louis BrandeisLouis Brandeis was a former Justice on the United States Supreme Court between 1916 and 1939. Brandeis was born in Louisville, Kentucky and attended Louisville University of the Public Schools. He then entered Harvard Law School where he graduated with the highest G.P.A. in the history of the school.Louis Brandeis was nominated to become a j..
7. Roger B. Taney
Roger B. Taney Supreme Court Justice: Roger B. TaneyRoger B. Taney was the fifth Chief Justice in the Supreme Court between 1836 till his death in 1864. He was born on March 17, 1777 and received a basic education from many private tutors. Roger B. Taney entered Dickinson College at the age of 15 and graduated in 1795 with honors. Afterwards, he read law and in 1799 was admitted to the bar. A..
8. Samuel Nelson
Samuel Nelson Supreme Court Justice: Samuel NelsonSamuel Nelson was an associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court as well as an American attorney.Samuel Nelson was born in Hebron, New York. In 1813, he attended the Middlebury College in Vermont and also read law in order to be licensed in law in 1817. Samuel Nelson entered a private practice in 1817 in Cortland, New York. In 1820, ..
9. Sonia Sotomayor
Sonia Sotomayor Sonia Sotomayor Sonia Sotomayor is a current associate justice of the United States Supreme Court.  She has served as both a Federal district judge and a Federal Appeals court judge before her nomination and confirmation to the Supreme Court.  This article contains the following: - A brief biographical history of Sonia Sotomayor. - Dates and appointments of her variou..
10. William Johnson
William Johnson Supreme Court Judge: William JohnsonWilliam Johnson was a Supreme Court Justice from 1804 to 1834 as well as a state legislator and a judge in South Carolina. He was born in Charleston. He later studied law at Princeton, where he graduated in 1790 with an A.B. He read law in the Charles Cotesworth Pinckney’s office, and then passed the bar in 1793. William Johnson was no..