All U.S. Supreme Court justices are graduates of just three Ivy League law schools. None are Protestants.


Justices Kagan and Sotomeyer have recently been speaking about the lack of educational diversity on the Supreme Court. See here.

Five of the current justices graduated from Harvard Law School. The other three went to Yale. Justice Ginsburg started at Harvard and graduated from Columbia.

None are Protestants.

While religious affiliation may seem trifling, sociologists have documented a correlation between Protestantism and individualist ideology.