There are no constitutional requirements for becoming a US Supreme Court justice; however, the President usually considers the recommendation and evaluation of the American Bar Association's Standing Committee on the Federal Judiciary. The ABA lists the following suggested minimum criteria for nomination to the US Supreme Court:
Practical Considerations and Interesting Facts:
Those who were commissioned before the mid- to late-19th century learned the law by studying and apprenticing with more experienced attorneys; states didn't mandate licensing until the 20th-century.
For more information, see Related Questions, below.
In order to become a Philippines Supreme Court Justice one must be a natural born citizen. They must also be at least 70 years of age and have been a Philippines judge for 15 years or more.
What qualifications are needed to become a criminologist, crime scene investigator, and criminalist?
you have to get your masters
answer me please
a citizen of Indiaof 35 years of age or abovequalified to become a member of the Lok Sabhathese are the qualifications needed to become an eligible president.
No qualifations are needed
The personal qualifications needed to become a family physician is that there will be long hours needed to work and you will have to love the field.
how to become a dinner lady
There a number of qualifications that are needed to be a mechanic. Mechanical engineering is ideal for someone who wants to become a professional mechanic.
Hello, I am from England and i want to become a football manager< but i dont know what qualifications i need
mpharma is needed to become a pharmasist
a law degree
you require a bachelors degree
know how to play an instrument!
A level and 3 gcse
you have to be very strong
The Supreme Court consists of nine judges, called justices. There is a Chief Justice and eight other justices that were each initially nominated by the President in office at the time a new justice was needed. The United States Senate, after investigating the nominee's qualifications, approves or rejects the President's nomination.