Ketanji Brown Jackson Net Worth

Ketanji Brown Jackson Net Worth $23 Million USD. Ketanji Jackson became the first Black women to be nominated to the US Supreme Court. Ketanji Brown’s parents were both graduates of historically black colleges and universities. As a jurist serving as a circuit judge on the United States Court of Appeals, Ketanji Brown earns an annual salary of $300,000 US Dollars.

Ketanji Brown Jackson Net Worth
Ketanji Brown Jackson Net Worth




Ketanji Brown Jackson Biography

Celebrated Name: Ketanji Brown Jackson
Real Name/Full Name: Ketanji Onyika Brown Jackson
Gender: Female
Age: 51
Birthdate: September 14, 1970
Birthplace: Washington, DC
Nationality: American
Height: 5 ft. 1 in.
Weight: 108 lb.
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Married
Husband/Spouse Dr. Patrick G. Jackson
Children/Kids: Two daughters – Talia and Leila
Dating/Boyfriend Name: N/A
Is Ketanji Brown Jackson Gay? No
Highest Political Office: United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, United States Supreme Court Nominee
Profession: Attorney and Jurist
Colleges Attended: Harvard
Degrees: Bachelor’s – Government; Juris Doctor
Salary: median salary of DC Circuit – $64,184
Net Worth in 2022 $23 Million USD



Personal Life

In 1996, Jackson wed surgeon Patrick Graves Jackson, whom she met in college. Notably, he is a descendant of businessman and politician Jonathan Jackson, who served as a Massachusetts delegate on the Continental Congress in 1782. Jackson and her husband have two daughters named Leila and Talia. Through her husband, Ketanji is actually related to Pal Ryan. Paul Ryan’s wife is named Janna. Janna’s sister Dana is married to Patrick’s brother William Jackson.

Ketanji Brown Jackson Net Worth

Net Worth $23 Million USD
Salary as Judge $225,000 USD
Income from Investments $2 Million USD
IRS Taxes Paid $18,600 USD
Cars Owned 5
House Properties 3
Annual Income $2.80 Million USD
Husband Patrick Jackson ​(m. 1996)

Early Life and Education

Ketanji Brown Jackson was born on September 14, 1970 in Washington, DC to Ellery and Johnny, both public school educators who graduated from historically black colleges. She has a younger brother named Ketajh who was an undercover narcotics officer before serving as an infantry officer in the Maryland Army National Guard. Early in her childhood, Jackson moved with her family to Miami, Florida, where her father attended the University of Miami School of Law. In the area, she went to Miami Palmetto Senior High School. After graduating in 1988, Jackson enrolled at Harvard University, where she studied government and did improvisational comedy. She graduated magna cum laude in 1992, and went on to attend Harvard Law School, from which she obtained her JD in 1996.

Ketanji Brown Jackson Favorite




Zodiac Sign Virgo
Favorite Actor Eddie Murphy
Inspiration Barack Obama
Favorite Colour Pink
Childhood Pet name Ketty
Favorite Sport Hockey
Favorite Music Artist Dolly Parton
Favorite Holiday Destination Ukraine

Ketanji Brown Jackson Cars

Ketanji Jackson has recently purchased a brand-new Jaguar XF for $125,000 USD. Ketanji Jackson also owns a Range Rover Evoque that’s worth more than $100,000 USD. Few of the other cars owned by Ketanji Jackson are listed below along with their prices.

  • Mercedes-Benz A-Class – $60,000 USD
  • BMW X5 – $80,000 USD
  • Tesla Model X – $120,000 USD

Ketanji Brown Jackson Luxury Watches

  • Alpina – $7,000 USD
  • Tiffany & Co. – $5,000 USD
  • Nomos Glashhutte – $11,000 USD
  • Longines – $5,500 USD
  • Tag Heuer – $12,000 USD
  • Parrelet – $15,000 USD

Ketanji Brown Jackson House

Property Location Price
House in San Diego $1 Million USD
Penthouse in New York $3 Million USD
House in Washington $3 Million USD
Villa in Nashville $2 Million USD
Office Space in Philadelphia $910,000 USD
Commercial Plot in Boston $600,000 USD

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Ketanji Brown Annual Income

Year Income
2021 $2.80 Million US Dollars
2020 $2.50 Million US Dollars
2019 $2.10 Million US Dollars
2018 $1.90 Million US Dollars
2017 $1.65 Million US Dollars

 

Career Beginnings

Following her graduation from law school, Jackson became a law clerk to Judge Patti B. Saris of the US District Court for the District of Massachusetts, and then to Judge Bruce M. Selya of the US Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. After this, she spent a year in private practice at the law firm Miller Cassidy Larroca & Lewin. From 1999 to 2000, Jackson clerked for Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer. She subsequently returned to private practice, working first at the Boston-based law firm Goodwin Procter and then at Feinberg & Rozen. From 2003 to 2005, Jackson served as an assistant special counsel to the US Sentencing Commission. She followed this with a two-year stint as an assistant federal public defender, and then served three years as an appellate specialist at the law firm Morrison & Foerster.

US Sentencing Commission

Jackson was nominated by President Barack Obama in 2009 to become the new vice chair of the US Sentencing Commission, succeeding Michael E. Horowitz. During Jackson’s tenure, which lasted until 2014, the Commission amended its guidelines to reduce the severity of criteria for certain drug crime offenses.

US District Court

In 2012, Obama nominated Jackson to replace outgoing Judge Henry H. Kennedy Jr. on the US District Court for the District of Columbia. During her tenure from 2013 to 2021, she wrote numerous decisions opposing the positions of Trump’s administration. Among them, she ruled that provisions in some of his executive orders conflicted with federal employee collective bargaining and other rights. In other rulings during her tenure, Jackson ruled that such agencies as the Food and Drug Administration, the US Department of Homeland Security, and the DC Department of Corrections had violated certain legislations and rights.

US Court of Appeals

Jackson was nominated by President Joe Biden in April of 2021 to fill the seat left by Judge Merrick Garland on the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. After receiving her judicial commission in June, Jackson made her first decision as a court of appeals judge to invalidate a 2020 Federal Labor Relations Authority rule that restricted the bargaining ability of labor unions in the federal sector.

US Supreme Court Nomination

Jackson was first considered as a nominee for the US Supreme Court in 2016, when officials from the Obama administration vetted her as a potential replacement for the recently deceased Antonin Scalia. She was not ultimately chosen. Later, in February of 2022, President Biden announced Jackson as his nominee for the Supreme Court; her nomination was soon sent to the Senate. In late March, her confirmation hearings before the Senate Judiciary Committee commenced.

Other Affiliations

Among her many affiliations beyond the federal government, Jackson is a member of Harvard University’s Board of Overseers, and belongs to the Council of the American Law Institute. Additionally, she serves on the board of Georgetown Day School. Previously, Jackson served on the advisory board of Montrose Christian School for a year.

In her other work, Jackson has served as a judge in numerous mock trials, including ones held by the Shakespeare Theatre Company, the Historical Society of the District of Columbia’s Mock Court Program, and the Thomas R. Kline School of Law at Drexel University. Jackson also served as a panelist at a National Constitution Center town hall on Alexander Hamilton’s legacy in 2018.

11 thoughts on “Ketanji Brown Jackson Net Worth”

  1. I haven’t seen an article such as this about our nation’s other Supreme Court Justice. I found this article very interesting, and would love to read the same information about our justices. If I missed the articles, please email me a link to them.

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  2. How about we get the detailed scoop on our great sleepy joe and his family members?!!! Tell me, what do these people do with all their money ? Do you know how many people can be fed with one damn watch purchased by this greedy witch? Look what she owns. So does she need all this sht??? Those cars are probably not used and sitting in her damn garage and people who are offended by her greed and other politicians same greed should open their eyes to see just why there is so much poverty in cities they live in and drug addicts … because no one cares to drop their salaries in order to help others .. the only real true helper was And is trump and because he sees all this , never taking a penny salary and donating alit to other organisations , ohhhh he’s supposedly the bad guy they want destroyed because if he runs again they all know he’s going to stop this greed and they are scared

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    • You don’t know what you are talking about; your ignorance of facts and wishful thinking blinds you. We live in a capitalist country and people can invest their hard earned money any which way they please without having to ask permission.Since when people had to lower their salary in order for others to be able to eat. It seems people like you have gotten dumber following your lying cheating idol. While he did not take a salary he and all members of his family made out like bandits and the orange one make out like a thief. Please check your facts, reality is still true. One example 2-3 billions given to Jared by the murderous prince of Saudi Arabia.

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  3. KBJ is a powerful person. She deserves all her accomplishments. Drive your cars because you’re going to have more time to spend with your family. Ms. Jackson has been called for such a time as this. Wear your watches because time is on your side. God bless you and your family. I will be interceedimg for you and will keep you and your family in prayer. God has put glory on you, shine!

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  4. I came to this country in January 1976, right after the racist past of this country was fading to the background and I studied hard went to college and work harder to give myself what I wanted wished for and needed. Recently racism has been rearing its ugly head and it is so horrible.. A country that seemed to be so stable is bursting at the seams because of bigotry hate and ignorance prevailing over love brotherhood and intellect. The America of 1976 was a place where one felt secure glad to live in a great welcoming country where the law was applied and followed: unheard of in my country of origin. It is nonsensical what is going now; people are being criticized for what they worked hard for. I’m pretty sure that Supreme Court judge did not steal her way to the Supreme Court and Dr Jackson did not steal his millions through surgeries. Why are people so hateful toward her or is it that she married a white man? I am sure they invest their monies wisely and enjoy a good life. It seems to me that Satan left his den or penthouse and wrecking havoc where peaceful neighbors are now enemies, people are no longer admired for their achievements but hated for their accomplishments thru working hard for what they have done and are enjoying the fruits of their labors. Since when people have to be fearful of their gainful acquired possessions or have to refrain from spending their hard earned salaries however they please because of ignorant people’green envy? Reading comments here seem dangerous with a third world mentality. This country is losing its moral compass and spiraling toward what masses are seeking a safe harbor here running from horrors happening in other totality countries. Unbelievable

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  5. Haters gonna hate .. that’s what they do. People focus on material possessions and should focus on her hard work and intelligence. Money can buy you whatever, but you can’t put a price tag on what knowledge she has! Don’t be a hater. You can achieve too!

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  6. Good for her…if you have an issue with her net worth then you are a part of the problem that is eroding human decency in our country. I have never seen this much data on any other Justice, why her?

    Do you KBJ…you rock!

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