Ketanji Brown Jackson Biography, Age, Family, Career, Husband & More


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Ketanji Brown Jackson is an attorney and Federal judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit since 2021. She is designated associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. Ketanji received Senate confirmation on 7 April 2022, with all 50 members of the democratic caucus and three republicans voting in favour of the nomination and 47 republicans voting against.

Ketanji Brown Jackson Biography

Full Name Ketanji Brown Jackson



Nickname Ketanji
Profession Attorney and Jurist
Date of Birth 14 September 1970
Place of Birth Washington D.C., USA

She was nominated to a seat on the supreme court of the United States by US President Joe Biden, a seat that will be left vacant by the man that she once clerk under justice in Stephen Breyer. She is the first African American woman to be nominated to sit on the bench. Brown was expected to be on the list of Biden Administration potential Supreme Court nominees and her time as a public defender has drawn praise from progressive in Washington.

Ketanji Brown Jackson Personal Life

Age (as of 2022) 52 Years
Height Not Known
Weight Not Known
Religion Christian
Hometown Washington D.C., USA
Marital Status Married
Boyfriend name N/A
Husband Name Patrick Graves Jackson
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Black
Nationality American
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Known For Associated Justice-designated of the Supreme Court of the United States
Hobbies Reading, Writing
Caste Brown

Ketanji Brown Jackson was born on 14 September 1970 in Washington DC. She raised in Miami, Florida. Brown was always very studius a trait she inherited from both parents. Her father Johnny Brown was in a Law School and her mother Ellary Brown was the principal of High School in Miami Florida. Ketanji participated in many extracurricular activities as a high school student. She won a major debate in the National Catholic Forensic League Championship.

Family Details of Ketanji Brown Jackson

Father Johnny Brown
Mother Ellery Brown
Brother N/A
Sister N/A
Husband/Spouse Patrick Graves Jackson


Children Daughters- Leila Jackson & Talia Jackson

She did her schooling from Miami Palmetto Senior High School and graduated from Harvard University. Brown earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Government. She married Dr. Patrick Graves Jackson in 1996. The couple have two daughters named Talia Jackson and Laila Jackson.

Ketanji Brown Jackson Education

School Name Miami Palmetto Senior High School, US
College/ University Harvard University, US
Educational Qualification Degree in Law

Jackson clerked for two different individuals between 1996 and 1998. Both judges worked in some type of district court; one in Massachusetts, and the other in Washington. Before doing further work as a clerk – this time under Justice Stephen Breyer – Jackson worked at a private firm, Miller, Cassidy, Larroca & Lewin, in Washington, DC. Jackson clerked for Breyer, whom she will be replacing, during his time as a Supreme Court Justice.

Ketanji Brown Jackson Awards

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Once Jackson completed clerking under Justice Breyer, she again went into private practice. Between 2000 and 2002, she worked in Boston at Goodwin Procter (law firm). In 2002, she left this firm to work at the Feinberg Group. She would work at the firm for one year.

Ketanji Brown Jackson Income

Net Worth (Approx) $5 Million

Jackson would then work for the United States Sentencing Commission as a special counsel. The Commission is an independent agency of the United States federal judicial branch. The Commission interprets Federal Sentencing Guidelines. Commission was created as a part of the Sentencing Reform Act.

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Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, the first Black woman nominated to the U.S. Supreme Court in its 233-year history, was confirmed by the Senate in a 53-47 vote on 7 April 2022. She got three Republican votes, marking a bipartisan victory for President Joe Biden and his high court nominee.

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