State Senate Confirms Two Justices For Delaware Supreme Court

Justice Collins J. Seitz, Jr. will serve as the next Chief Justice of the Delaware Supreme Court, and Vice-Chancellor Tamika Montgomery-Reeves to serve as a Justice on the Supreme Court, replacing Justice Seitz.

“Thank you to the members of the Delaware Senate for their votes to confirm Justice Seitz as our next Chief Justice,” said Governor Carney. “Justice Seitz is one of Delaware’s finest legal minds, and has the judgment, sense of fairness, and experience necessary to maintain and build on the Delaware courts’ reputation as objective, stable, and nonpartisan.

“Since 2015, Vice-Chancellor Montgomery-Reeves has served with distinction on Delaware’s Court of Chancery – our country’s premier venue for corporate litigation,” said Governor Carney. “Before her appointment to the Court of Chancery, Vice-Chancellor Montgomery-Reeves practiced corporate law in Wilmington and New York. She has the experience and sense of justice necessary to serve on our Supreme Court. Thank you to the members of the Delaware Senate for their votes to confirm these two nominees.”

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