Bridget McCormack Reelected Chief Justice of Michigan Supreme Court
Chief Justice Bridget McCormack has retained her seat as the Michigan Supreme Court’s leader of the bench, the court announced today after justices unanimously voted during its first session of the new term.
Ms. McCormack will serve as chief justice for a second two year-term. She won reelection in 2020 to a second eight-year term on the court. She was first elected in 2012 and was elected as chief justice in 2019.
She will also preside over a new Democratic Party nominated majority, the first in many years, and with four women total on the bench, including Justice Megan Cavanagh, Justice Elizabeth Clement, and recently elected Justice Elizabeth Welch.
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