President of the 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 is the longest-serving member of the Court of Texas in history.
President-Elect of the 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.
First Vice-President of the Conference of Chief Justices Loretta Rush was appointed to the Indiana Supreme Court in September 2012. She became Chief Justice in August 2014 and was reappointed in 2019.
Second Vice-President of Conference of Chief Justices George W. Draper, III was appointed to the Missouri Supreme Court in October 2011 and was retained in 2012 for a twelve-year term.
Immediate Past President of Conference of Chief Justices Paul L. Reiber was sworn in as Chief Justice of the Vermont Supreme Court by Governor Douglas on December 17, 2004.
Honorable Jeffrey S. Bivins
Supreme Court of Tennessee
Honorable Robert M. Brutinel
Supreme Court of Arizona
Honorable Charles T. Canady
Supreme Court of Florida
Honorable Lorie Skjerven Gildea
Supreme Court of Minnesota
Honorable John Dan Kemp
Supreme Court of Arkansas
Honorable Richard Robinson
Supreme Court of Connecticut
Honorable Maite D. Oronoz Rodriquez
Supreme Court of Puerto Rico
Honorable Martha L. Walters
Supreme Court of Oregon