Anyone can be a Supreme Court Justice. Surprisingly, the men who founded the United States of America did not present explicit requirements for age, citizenship, education, or job experience for the job of Supreme Court justices. This fact would prompt an examination of several distinct phenomena related to a central inquiry: how is it that any person can serve on the most important court in the United States?
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Pre-Professional Program in Law
Dr. Michael Weber
First Advisor Department
Dr. Joshua Boston
Second Advisor Department
Robinson, William, "What Schoolhouse Rock Forgot: The SCOTUS Confirmation Process and the Court's Diffuse Support" (2020). Honors Projects. 777.