Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson was appointed to the Supreme Court to replace Justice Stephen Breyer. Her impact on the Court is just beginning to be felt as she completed her first full term.  Andrew Schultz reviews Justice Jackson’s brief tenure on the Court and discusses her role in a number of the Court’s most significant recent decisions, including cases dealing with affirmative action, voting rights, religious accommodation, and LGBTQ rights. 

Andrew Schultz is a director at the Rodey Law Firm where he practices in the litigation department. He is the only graduate of the UNM Law School to serve as a law clerk at the US Supreme Court, serving as clerk to Byron R. White. Schultz has been an adjunct professor at UNM’s School of Law for more than 30 years. He is listed among the Top 25 Lawyers in New Mexico as compiled by Southwest Super Lawyers.