Pagkakaiba sa pagitan ng mga pagbago ng "Kataas-taasang Hukuman ng Estados Unidos"

walang buod ng pagbabago
! Hinirang ni
! Boto ng pagkukumpirma ng Senado
! EdadEdas sa pagkakahirang
! Unang araw /<br />Tagal ng serbisyo
! class = "unsortable"|Mga nakaraang posisyon
| 78–22
| 50
| style="white-space:nowrap;"|{{dts|2005|9|29}}<br />{{age in years and monthsbuwan|2005|9|29}}
| [[United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit|Circuit Judge, Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit]] (2003–2005); Pribadong pagsasanay (1993–2003); Professor, [[Georgetown University Law Center]] (1992–2005); [[United States Solicitor General|Principal Deputy Solicitor General]] (1989–1993);Pribadong pagsasanay(1986–1989); [[White House Counsel|Associate Counsel to the President]] (1982–1986); [[United States Attorney General|Special Assistant to the Attorney General]] (1981–1982)
|-
| 98–0
| 50
| {{dts|1986|9|26}}<br />{{age in years and monthsbuwan|1986|9|26}}
| [[United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit|Circuit Judge, Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit]] (1982–1986); Propesor, [[University of Chicago Law School]] (1977–1982); [[United States Assistant Attorney General|Assistant Attorney General]] (1974–1977); Propesor, [[University of Virginia School of Law]] (1967–1974); Private practice (1961–1967)
|-
| 97–0
| 51
| {{dts|1988|2|18}}<br />{{age in years and monthsbuwan|1988|2|18}}
| [[United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit|Circuit Judge, Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit]] (1975–1988); Professor, [[McGeorge School of Law]], [[University of the Pacific (United States)|University of the Pacific]] (1965–1988); Private practice (1963–1975)
|-
| 52–48
| 43
| {{dts|1991|10|23}}<br />{{age in years and monthsbuwan|1991|10|23}}
| [[United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit|Circuit Judge, Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit]] (1990–1991); Chairman, [[Equal Employment Opportunity Commission]] (1982–1990); [[legislative assistant]] for [[Missouri]] [[United States Senate|Senator]] [[John Danforth]] (1979–1981); employed by [[Monsanto Company]] Inc. (1977–1979); [[Missouri Attorney General|Assistant Attorney General]] in [[Missouri]] under [[State Attorney General]] [[John Danforth]] (1974–1977)
|-
| 96–3
| 60
| {{dts|1993|8|10}}<br />{{age in years and monthsbuwan|1993|8|10}}
| [[United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit|Circuit Judge, Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit]] (1980–1993); General Counsel, [[American Civil Liberties Union]] (1973–1980); Professor, [[Columbia Law School]] (1972–1980); Professor, [[Rutgers School of Law–Newark|Rutgers University School of Law]] (1963–1972)
|-
| 87–9
| 56
| {{dts|1994|8|3}}<br />{{age in years and monthsbuwan|1994|8|3}}
| [[United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit|Chief Judge, Court of Appeals for the First Circuit]] (1990–1994); [[United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit|Circuit Judge, Court of Appeals for the First Circuit]] (1980–1990); Professor, [[Harvard Law School]] (1967–1980)
|-
| 58–42
| 55
| {{dts|2006|1|31}}<br />{{age in years and monthsbuwan|2006|1|31}}
| [[United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit|Circuit Judge, Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit]] (1990–2006); Professor, [[Seton Hall University School of Law]] (1999–2004); [[United States Attorney|U.S. Attorney]] for the District of New Jersey (1987–1990); [[United States Assistant Attorney General|Deputy Assistant Attorney General]] (1985–1987); [[United States Solicitor General|Assistant to the Solicitor General]] (1981–1985); [[United States Attorney|Assistant U.S. Attorney]] for the District of New Jersey (1977–1981)
|-
| 68–31
| 55
| {{dts|2009|8|8}}<br />{{age in years and monthsbuwan|2009|8|8}}
| [[United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit|Circuit Judge, Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit]] (1998–2009); [[United States District Court for the Southern District of New York|District Judge, District Court for the Southern District of New York]] (1992–1998); Private practice (1984–1991); [[Assistant District Attorney]], [[New York County]], [[New York]] (1979–1984)
|-
| 63–37
| 50
| {{dts|2010|8|7}}<br />{{age in years and monthsbuwan|2010|8|5}}
| [[Solicitor General of the United States]] (2009–2010); [[Dean of Harvard Law School]] (2003–2009); Professor, [[Harvard Law School]] (2001–2003); Visiting Professor, [[Harvard Law School]] (1999–2001); Associate [[White House Counsel]] (1995–1999); Deputy Director of the [[Domestic Policy Council]] (1995–1999); Professor, [[University of Chicago Law School]] (1995); Associate Professor, [[University of Chicago Law School]] (1991–1995)
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{| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center"
|-
!Name
!Pangalan
!Born
!Ipinanganak
!Appt. by
! Hinirang ni
!Retired under
! Boto ng pagkukumpirma ng Senado
!Conf. vote
! Edad sa pagkakahirang
!Age at appt.
! Unang araw /<br />
!First day
! Petsa ng pagreretiro
!Date of retirement
|-
| [[File:John Paul Stevens official SCOTUS portrait crop.jpg|100px|Stevens]]
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