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Ketanji Brown Jackson Was Confirmed As the US Supreme Court Justice

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On April 7, Jackson became the first Black woman in US history who the US Senate confirmed by a vote of 53-47.

The US Committee Chair Dick Durbin represented the new judge as “showing dignity, grace and poise and the nation saw the temperament of a good, strong person who is ready to serve on the highest court in law.”

At the US Supreme Court, Jackson is the 116th Justice and “the first Black woman to serve on the nation’s highest court.” She will also become a third Black judge after Thurgood Marshall and Clarence Thomas.

Kentaji Brown Jackson graduated from Harvard School of Law and started working as a clerk for Justice Steven Breyer, her predecessor. Then, Jackson served as a federal public defender and the Vice-Chair of the US Sentencing Commission. Also, Jackson was a judge on the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit and the US District Court for the DC Circuit for ten years in total.

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Article by Yevheniia Savchenko

Yevheniia Savchenko is a Product Content Manager at Lawrina. Yevheniia creates user interface copies for Lawrina products, writes release notes, and helps customers get the best user experience from all Lawrina products. Also, Yevheniia is in charge of creating helpful content on legal template pages (Lawrina Templates) and up-to-date information on US law (Lawrina Guides). In her spare time, Yevheniia takes up swimming, travels, and goes for a walk in her home city.

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