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Boston College Law School

Thursday, March 24, 2011

Justice Holland gets a third term

Justice Randy Holland has been confirmed for a third term.  With that he becomes the first Justice on the Delaware Supreme Court to be appoint three times (from the AP):

The state Senate has confirmed Delaware Supreme Court Justice Randy Holland to a third term on the state's highest court.

With Wednesday's confirmation, Holland becomes the first Supreme Court justice in state history to be appointed to a third term.

Holland was first appointed to the Supreme Court in 1986 at the age of 39, becoming the youngest person ever to serve on the court. He already is the longest serving Supreme Court justice in Delaware history.

Here's a link to Markell's press release.  



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