Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court is the chief judge of the Supreme Court of the ASCSU and the highest-ranking officer of the Judicial Branch. Section 403 of the Constitution designates power to the chief justice to preside over the Court, holding significant influence in the selection of cases for review, presides when oral arguments are held, and leads the discussion of cases among the justices. The chief justice writes the Court’s opinion; however, the chief justice’s vote counts no more than that of any other justice.
(Erin’s Bio to be updated Summer 2021)