With his selection of Ketanji Brown Jackson last month, President Biden made good on his promise to nominate a black woman to the Supreme Court. Judge Jackson’s hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee provides a great time to look at her record, assess how the confirmation process is going so far, discuss what should and likely will happen at her hearing, and compare it all to previous Supreme Court confirmation battles.
Our panel of Supreme Court experts also look at the implications of this battle for the election this November and the Biden presidency.
Vice President of the Heritage Foundation's Institute for Constitutional Government
Senior Writer at National Review Online
Senior Vice President for Legal Studies at the Cato Institute
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President of the Committee for Justice