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First black justice takes seat on Delaware’s Supreme Court

The newest member of Delaware’s Supreme Court is also the first black justice in the history of the state’s highest court. Delaware State News reported Monday that Tamika Montgomery-Reeves is also believed to be the youngest member of the Supreme Court since it was officially established in 1951.

Montgomery-Reeves is a native of Mississippi who attended law school in Georgia and now lives in Wilmington. She clerked for William B. Chandler III, head of Delaware’s highly influential Court of Chancery, which handles many of the nation’s business-related cases.

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