Chief Justice of the Ohio Supreme Court

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The office of Chief Justice of the Ohio Supreme Court was created in 1912 as an elected office with a term of six years. Prior to this, there were Chief Judges. The office is currently held by Maureen O'Connor.

Chief Judges of the Ohio Supreme Court[edit]

Name Party Term
Return Jonathan Meigs Jr. Democratic-Republican 1803–1804
Samuel H. Huntington Democratic-Republican 1804-1808
William Sprigg Democratic-Republican 1808-1810
Thomas Scott Democratic-Republican 1810-1815
Ethan A. Brown Democratic-Republican 1815-1819
Jessup Nash Couch Democratic-Republican 1819-1821
Calvin Pease Democratic-Republican 1821-1829
Peter Hitchcock   1829-1833
Joshua Collett   1833-1835
Ebenezer Lane   1835-1845

Chief Justices of the Ohio Supreme Court[edit]

Name Party Term
Hugh L. Nichols Democratic 1913–1920
Carrington T. Marshall Republican 1921–1932
Carl V. Weygandt Democratic 1933–1962
Kingsley A. Taft Republican 1963–1970
C. William O'Neill Republican 1970–1978
Robert E. Leach Republican 1978
Frank D. Celebrezze Sr. Democratic 1978–1986
Thomas J. Moyer Republican 1987–2010
Eric Brown Democratic 2010
Maureen O'Connor Republican 2011-

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