Leila and Talia Jackson Biography
Leila and Talia Jackson are American celebrity children well known as the children of Ketanji Brown Jackson, an American attorney, and jurist. In Feb 2022 President Joe Biden nominated Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court,
Leila and Talia Jackson’s Age and Birthday
The two celebrity children have not gone public with any information regarding their exact ages and dates of birth.
Leila and Talia Jackson Height and Weight
The two siblings stand at an estimated average height of 5 feet 7 inches tall.
Ketanji Brown Jackson Family
Born on September 14, 1970, in Washington, D.C as Ketanji Onyika Brown, her mother, Ellery, served as school principal at New World School of the Arts while her father, Johnny Brown, ultimately became the chief attorney for the Miami-Dade County School Board.
She was raised in Miami, Florida by parents who were both graduates of historically Black colleges and universities. In 1988 she graduated from Miami Palmetto Senior High School.
She went on to join Harvard University studying Government and graduated in 1992. While still in College, her uncle was sentenced to life in prison due to a nonviolent cocaine conviction. Later on, after years had passed she would go on to persuade a law firm to take his case pro bono. Her uncle’s Sentence would, later on, be commuted by President Barrack Obama.
Calvin Ross another of her Unckles was once a Police Chief. She once Led Protests against a student who displayed a Confederate flag from his dorm window while in College.
She previously served as a staff reporter and researcher for Time magazine from 1992 to 1993, then attended Harvard Law School, where she was a supervising editor of the Harvard Law Review. She graduated in 1996 with a Juris Doctor cum laude.
Jackson Supreme Court Nominee
In Feb 2022 President Joe Biden nominated Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court, calling her “one of the nation’s brightest legal minds”.If Nominated the American Lawyer and Judge will set be the
If Confirmed She will be the first black woman to serve in the court’s 233-year history if confirmed. The Federal appeals Judge says she was humbled by the decision.