Clarence Thomas is an American lawyer did not attend an integrated school until he entered St. John Vianney Minor Seminary in the tenth grade.
He later went to The College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts, and Yale Law School.
In the wake of accepting his regulation degree in 1974, Thomas worked for Missouri Attorney General John Danforth.
At the point when Danforth was chosen for the U.S. Senate in 1976, Thomas went to work for Monsanto in its lawful division. He moved to Washington, D.C. to join Senator Danforth’s staff in 1979.
After Ronald Reagan was chosen president in 1980, Thomas was named and affirmed to be an Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights at the Department of Education (1981-82) and afterward Chairman of the Equal Opportunity Commission (1982-90).
In 1989, President George H.W. Shrub named Thomas for a seat on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, and he was affirmed in 1990.
Clarence Thomas Retirement: When Will Clarence Thomas go on Retirement?
Since 2018, Clarence Thomas has been the senior associate justice, the longest-serving member of the Court, with a tenure of 30 years, 148 days as of March 20, 2022.
Is Clarence Thomas a Liberal or Conservative?
Clarence Thomas is regarded as the body’s conservative member, and a review insists on this view.