Current Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court

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Listed below are the current Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court. Click on the Justice's name for a short biography.

John G. Roberts - Chief Justice of the United States
Appointed by: President George W. Bush
Appointed in: 2005
Age When Appointed: 50

Elena Kagan
Appointed by: President Obama
Appointed in: 2010
Age When Appointed: 50


Appointed by: President George W. Bush
Appointed in: 2006
Age When Appointed: 55

Antonin Scalia (Died on Feb.

13 at age 79)
Appointed by: President Reagan
Appointed in: 1986
Age When Appointed: 50
See: Can Obama Use a Recess Appointment to Replace Antonin Scalia?


Appointed by: President Reagan
Appointed in: 1988
Age When Appointed: 52


Appointed by: President George H. W. Bush
Appointed in: 1991
Age When Appointed: 43


Appointed by: President Clinton
Appointed in: 1993
Age When Appointed: 60


Appointed by: President Clinton
Appointed in: 1994
Age When Appointed: 56


Appointed by: President Obama
Appointed in: 2009
Age When Appointed: 55

Current (2015) salary for the Chief Justice is $260,700 per year, while the Associate Justices each make $249,300.