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Supreme Court Justices - Chapter Summary
Our instructors present Supreme Court justices in this engaging chapter. You'll review the biography, facts and education of some of the justices of the Supreme Court when you work through these lessons. Each one is followed by a short, multiple-choice quiz that tests your understanding and helps you identify areas that need further study. If you have questions about any of these subjects, please reach out to one of our instructors for assistance. This chapter is designed to:
- Outline the biography of Justice Stanley Reed
- Provide quotes from Justice Robert H. Jackson
- Detail the education of Justice Elena Kagan
- Explain some of Justice Kagan's notable cases and her political views
- Give facts about the life of Justice Samuel Alito
1. Justice Stanley Reed: Biography & Education
In this lesson, a brief overview of Justice Stanley Reed will be provided. You will learn more about Justice Reed, his background, education, and the career pathway that led to the U.S. Supreme Court.
2. Justice Robert H. Jackson: Biography & Quotes
This lesson goes over the life and career of Robert H. Jackson, a man who was a justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. Learn more about what he did inside and outside of the court by reading this lesson.
3. Justice Elena Kagan: Biography, Education & Facts
Associate Justice Elena Kagan is the youngest justice on the U.S. Supreme Court and the fourth female justice. This lesson is about Elena Kagan, her life story, and her education.
4. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito: Biography, Quotes & Facts
In this lesson, you will learn a little more about Justice Samuel Alito, his life, education, and some of the court decisions he's made as a Supreme Court Justice.
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