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List of justices of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania

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Mural on the wall of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court's chambers in the Pennsylvania State Capitol
Mural on the wall of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court's chambers in the Pennsylvania State Capitol

Following is a list of justices of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, including justices of the Provincial Court.

Current Bench

Name Born Elected Party When First Elected Retention Year of Next Retention Election Reaches Age 75 Prior Positions and Education

Thomas G. Saylor
Chief Justice

(1946-12-14) December 14, 1946 (age 73) in Somerset County, Pennsylvania 1997 Republican 2007, 2017 Final term December 14, 2021 Judge, Superior Court of Pennsylvania (1993–1997); Private Practice (1987–1993); First Deputy Attorney General, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (1983–1987); Director, Pennsylvania Bureau of Consumer Protection (1982–1983); First Assistant District Attorney, Somerset County (1973–1976); Private Practice (1972–1982); J.D., Columbia Law School (1972); B.A., University of Virginia (1969).

Max Baer

(1947-12-24) December 24, 1947 (age 72) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 2003 Democratic 2013 Final term December 24, 2022 Judge, Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas (1989–2003); Private Practice (1980–1989); Deputy Attorney General, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (1975–1979); J.D., Duquesne University School of Law (1975); B.A., University of Pittsburgh (1971).

Debra Todd

(1957-10-15) October 15, 1957 (age 62) in Ellwood City, Pennsylvania 2007 Democratic 2017 2027 October 15, 2032 Judge, Superior Court of Pennsylvania (2000–2007); Private Practice (1982–1999); J.D., University of Pittsburgh School of Law (1982); B.A., Chatham College (1979).
Christine Donohue (1952-12-24) December 24, 1952 (age 67) in Coaldale, Pennsylvania 2015 Democratic First term 2025 December 24, 2027 Judge, Superior Court of Pennsylvania (2008–2015); Private Practice, (1980–2007); J.D., Duquesne University School of Law (1980); B.A., East Stroudsburg University (1974).
Kevin Dougherty (1962-05-19) May 19, 1962 (age 57) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 2015 Democratic First term 2025 May 19, 2037 Judge, Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas (2001–2016); Private Practice, (1995–2001); Assistant District Attorney, Philadelphia County (1990–1995);J.D., Antioch School of Law (1987); B.A., Temple University (1985).
David Wecht (1962-05-20) May 20, 1962 (age 57) in Baltimore, Maryland[1] 2015 Democratic First term 2025 May 20, 2037 Judge, Superior Court of Pennsylvania (2012–2015); Judge, Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas (2003–2012); Register of Wills and Clerk of Orphans' Court, Allegheny County; Law Clerk, United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, Judge George MacKinnon; J.D., Yale Law School (1987); B.A., Yale University (1984).
Sallie Updyke Mundy (1962-06-29) June 29, 1962 (age 57) in Elmira, New York 2017 [note 1] Republican First term 2027 June 29, 2037 Judge, Superior Court of Pennsylvania (2010–2016); Private Practice (1988-2009); Volunteer Public Defender, Public Defender's Office of Tioga County; Law Clerk, Tioga County Court of Common Pleas (1987-1988); J.D., University of Pittsburgh School of Law (1987); B.A., Washington and Jefferson College (1984).
  1. ^ Sallie Mundy was nominated to fill a vacancy by Governor Tom Wolf and confirmed by the PA Senate in 2016. She was elected to a full term in 2017.

Previous Chief Justices

Previous Other Justices

Justice Assumed office Elected/Appointed by Left office
Anthony Morris August 10, 1694[2]
Edward Shippen 1699[2]
Caleb Pusey June 20, 1701[2]
William Trent April 10, 1704[2]
Richard Hill March 16, 1711[2]
Thomas Graeme April 9, 1731[2]
Thomas Griffitts August 13, 1739[2]
Thomas Willing September 14, 1767[2]
John Morton April 20, 1774[2]
William Augustus Atlee April 2, 1777[2]
John Evans August 19, 1777[2]
George Bryan April 5, 1780[2]
William Bradford Jr. August 20, 1791[2]
Thomas Smith January 3, 1794[2]
Hugh Henry Brackenridge December 18, 1800[2]
John Tod May 25, 1827[2]
Frederick Smith January 31, 1828[2] 1830 (died)
John Ross April 9, 1830[2]
Thomas Burnside January 2, 1845[2]
Richard Coulter September 17, 1846[2]
George Chambers April 10, 1851[2]
John C. Knox May 23, 1853[2]
James Armstrong April 6, 1857[2]
William Strong December 7, 1857[2]
S. Leslie Mestrezat January 1, 1900[2]
William B. Linn February 23, 1932[2]
Bayard L. Buckley November 25, 1937
Marion D. Patterson January 2, 1940[2]
Allen M. Stearne December 24, 1942[2]
Michael A. Musmanno January 7, 1952[2]
Herbert B. Cohen January 7, 1957[2]
Curtis Bok January 1, 1959[2]
Anne X. Alpern September 6, 1961[2] Appointed by David L. Lawrence
Thomas W. Pomeroy Jr. December 30, 1968[2]
Louis L. Manderino January 3, 1972[2]
Rolf Larsen January 5, 1978[2] 1994 (impeached and removed from office)
William D. Hutchinson January 4, 1982[2]
James T. McDermott January 4, 1982[2]
Stephen Zappala Sr. January 3, 1983[2]
Nicholas P. Papadakos January 2, 1984[2]
Juanita Kidd Stout February 25, 1988[2] 1989
Russell M. Nigro January 1, 1996[2] 2005 (defeated for retention)
Cynthia A. Baldwin February 15, 2006[2] Appointed by Ed Rendell
James J. Fitzgerald III March 28, 2007[2] Appointed by Ed Rendell
Seamus McCaffery January 7, 2008[2] October 27, 2014
Jane Cutler Greenspan July 2, 2008[2] Appointed by Ed Rendell
Joan Orie Melvin January 8, 2010[2] Elected
Correale F. Stevens July 30, 2013[2] Appointed by Tom Corbett

References

  1. ^ Judicial Biographies, Pennsylvania Appellate Judges, Superior Court. http://www.pabar.org/pdf/lawdirectory/PAAppellateCrtJudicialBios.pdf.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av "Historical List of Supreme Court Justices". The Unified Judicial System of Pennsylvania. Retrieved 2018-05-27.
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