Justice Kentanji Brown Jackson Formally Sworn In

Friday September, 30 President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris along with there spouses watched the swearing in ceremony of the new judges. Jackson's formal swearing-in for her life appointment as the first Black women on the Supreme Court during the traditional Investiture Ceremony.

Jackson’s formal swearing-in for her lifetime appointment as the first Black woman on Supreme Court came three months after Chief Justice John Roberts conducted her first, official swearing-in.- Reported by CNBCnews

During Friday’s ceremony, Jackson, like every other new justice since 1972, sat in the chair that once belonged to Chief Justice John Marshall, whose three decades of service on the Supreme Court made him the longest-serving chief justice, and one of the most influential members of the court in history.-CNBCnews

Jackson will hear her first verbal arguments on Monday.

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