President of Conference of Chief Justices Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Texas Nathan L. Hecht was first elected to the Court in 1988 as a Justice and was reelected four times. He was appointed Chief Justice by Gov. Rick Perry on October 1, 2013 and elected in 2014. He is the longest-serving member of the Court of Texas in history.
First Vice-President of Conference of Chief Justices Paul A. Suttell became Chief Justice of the Rhode Island Supreme Court in July 2009, having served as an Associate Justice on the Supreme Court since July 2003.
Second Vice-President of Conference of Chief Justices Justice Joel H. Bolger was appointed to the Alaska Supreme Court in January 2013. He was appointed to the District Court in Valdez in 1997, to the Superior Court in Kodiak in 2003, and to the Alaska Court of Appeals in 2008.
Immediate Past President of Conference of Chief Justices Paul L. Reiber served in the private practice of law in Rutland, Vermont and as a partner in the law firm Kenlan, Schweibert & Facey from 1986 until his appointment as an Associate Justice by Governor James Douglas in October, 2003. He was sworn in as Chief Justice of the Vermont Supreme Court by Governor Douglas on December 17, 2004.
Honorable Donald W. Beatty
Supreme Court of South Carolina
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Supreme Court of Tennessee
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District of Columbia Court of Appeals
Honorable Michael K. Davis
Supreme Court of Wyoming
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Supreme Court of Minnesota
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Supreme Court of Arkansas
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Supreme Court of Connecticut
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Supreme Court of Indiana
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Supreme Court of Oregon