Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson’s husband has joined the supporter spouse club located in Washington, D.C. During the confirmation hearings of his wife in March 2022, Mr. Patrick Jackson could be seen sitting next to his wife in joyful tears.
In her opening remarks, she declared, “Speaking of unconditional love, I’d like to welcome you to my spouse of over 25 years and my doctor. Patrick Jackson. I’m sure that this wouldn’t be possible without him at my side since the beginning of this remarkable professional path.”
She said, “We met in college about 30 years ago. And since then, Patrick has been my most wonderful father, husband, and friend. Patrick, I cherish you.”
Chasten Buttigieg is the spouse of Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg. He caught this moment in time as well. He posted on Twitter, “We love a loving spouse! Welcome to the club, Dr. Jackson.”
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During the swearing-in ceremony of Ketanji as a Supreme Court Justice today, here’s everything you should be aware of Ketanji Brown Jackson’s husband of many years, the late Dr. Jackson.
The couple first met when they both attended Harvard.
Supreme Court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson and her husband Patrick Jackson arrive for her confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
While a student at Harvard, Ketanji and Patrick began dating.
During a 2017 talk, Ketanji called Patrick the quintessential “Boston Brahmin” and spoke about their vastly diverse background: “He and his twin brother are actually the sixth generations of their family to be able to graduate from Harvard College. In contrast, I am just the second generation of my family to graduate from any university, and I’m pretty sure that when you look up my family’s genealogy back to my grandparents — who were born in Georgia in the first place, you could find out that my family members were slaves from both sides.”
However, she added, they share similar behaviors: “Patrick and I are the long-suffering, people who go to bed early, and early to rise type of individuals.”
They were married in 1996.
After Ketanji graduated from law school at Harvard and Patrick completed Columbia’s medical school, their college sweethearts were married. They are parents to two girls: Talia, 21, and Leila, 17.
Patrick Jackson, second from left, sits with daughters Leila, in purple, and Talia at Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation hearing.
After long hours on call in the hospital, he’d frequently visit the courtroom for a look at his wife’s do her work. As per NPR, “Federal Judge Patti Saris, who Jackson hired as an attorney straight from law school, describes his husband who seems to be fully prepared, not so much back in the days of. In the past, Jackson was an operating doctor at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Still, his interest was so intense in his wife’s work that he frequently went to the courtroom following an evening of call to observe what was happening. As Saris recalls that the young doctor had time and again been up for 24+ hours and was incredibly dirty as he sat behind the bench in front of the judge’s courtroom. Then, one day, the courtroom marshal walked up to her and said to her, “Judge, would you prefer me to take away the homeless man from on the side row?”
Dr. Patrick Jackson is now a gastro surgeon.
Jackson is currently a General Surgeon at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital. He is also an instructor at Georgetown.
He is connected with Paul Ryan through marriage.
The brother of Patrick William has been married to Dana Little Jackson, Janna Ryan’s sister. Janna Ryan is the spouse of politician Paul Ryan. In the wake of news of Ketanji’s election, Ryan tweeted his congratulations:
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Ryan was a testifying character of Ketanji after she was appointed a district court judge in the year 2012.