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List of justices of the Louisiana Supreme Court

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Following is a list of former Justices of the Louisiana Supreme Court and their years of service.

Territory of Orleans (1804–1812)

(three judges)

State of Louisiana (1813 to the present)

Constitution of 1812

(three to five judges appointed by the governor)

Constitution of 1845

(three associate justices and one chief justice)

Constitution of 1852

(four associate justices elected in districts and one chief justice elected at-large)

Constitution of 1864

(four associate justices and one chief justice appointed by the governor for 8 year terms)

Constitution of 1879

(four associate justices and one chief justice appointed by the governor for 12 year terms)

Constitution of 1898

(five justices appointed by the governor, with the chief justice determined by time in service)

  • Frank A. Monroe 1899–1914; 1914–1922, Chief Justice
  • Olivier O. Provosty 1901–1922; 1922, Chief Justice
  • Alfred D. Land 1903–1917
  • Walter B. Sommerville 1911–1921
  • Joseph A. Breaux 1904–1914, Chief Justice

Constitution of 1913

(five justices elected by the people, with the chief justice determined by time in service)

  • Charles Austin O'Niell 1914–1922; 1922–1949, Chief Justice
  • Paul Leche 1917–1919
  • Ben C. Dawkins Sr. 1918–1924

Constitution of 1921

(seven justices elected by the people, with the chief justice determined by time in service)

Constitution of 1974

(seven justices elected in single-member districts after reapportionment by legislation effective in the year 2000; the chief justice is determined by time in service)

References

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