Which U.S. president became a Supreme Court justice?

Answer William Howard Taft, the 27th president of the United States, was the only president to become a Supreme Court justice. President Harding appointed Taft as chief justice on June 30, 1921, and he re... Read More »

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Which president later became chief justice of the United States Supreme Court?

William Howard Taft, the United States' 27th president, became the first former president to become chief justice of the Supreme Court when he was named to the position by President Warren G. Hardi... Read More »

Which president was later a Supreme Court justice?

William Howard Taft served from 1909 to 1913 as the 27th President of the United States. Appointed by President Warren Harding, Taft served as Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court from ... Read More »

Which president also served as the chief justice of the Supreme Court?

William Howard Taft (1857-1930) is the only person to have served the United States as both president and Supreme Court chief justice. Taft, the 27th president, was elected to a single term in 1908... Read More »

Who became a Supreme Court Justice in 1962?

President John F. Kennedy appointed two Supreme Court justices, both of whom took the oath of office in 1962. Justice Byron White served until his retirement in 1993. Justice Arthur Goldberg resign... Read More »