Financial disclosure reports:
2020: coming soon
2021: will be filed on May 15
SCOTUS nominee disclosure: coming soon
Statement of net worth: coming soon
Senate Judiciary Questionnaires:
2013 (for D.C. District)
2021 (for D.C. Circuit)
2022 (for Supreme Court): coming soon
Anything interesting in her financial disclosure reports?
Right now, two things. First, it looks like the only interesting detail is that Judge Jackson is a member of the Harvard University Board of Overseers, for a term lasting May 26, 2016, to May 26, 2022.
With Harvard a litigant in a merits case next term — 20-1199, Students for Fair Admissions Inc. v. President & Fellows of Harvard College — we believe there may be reason for a Justice Jackson to recuse when that case is heard, though we’ll have more on that shortly.
Second, Jackson does not own individual stock, as her investments seem to be wholly mutual funds and retirement accounts.
Currently, three of the justices (Roberts, Breyer and Alito) do own stocks, so her replacing Breyer would in a short time reduce the prevalence of SCOTUS’s investment-based recusals.
Breyer recused from two petitions in OT19 and three each in OT20 and OT21 due to his stock ownership.