Birth date: August 29, 1967
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Birth place: Denver, Colorado
Birth name: Neil McGill Gorsuch
Father: David Gorsuch, lawyer
Mother: Anne Gorsuch Burford, lawyer and administrator of the EPA for nearly two years under President Ronald Reagan
Marriage: Marie Louise Gorsuch
Children: Emma and Belinda
Education: Columbia University, B.A., 1988; Harvard Law School, J.D., 1991; Oxford University, D. Phil., 2004
Last name is pronounced GORE-sitch.
Gorsuch is an avid skier, fly-fisherman and hiker.
While at Columbia University, Gorsuch co-founded a student publication called the Federalist Paper. According to a history of the paper, its original intent was to be "content neutral." It is now a satire publication.
Gorsuch's mother was the first woman to run the EPA.
Notable cases include Yellowbear v. Lampert and United States v. Nichols. In Hobby Lobby Stores v. Sebelius, Gorsuch ruled in favor of of the arts and craft chain, which challenged the Affordable Care Act's requirement to provide contraceptive coverage in employee health plans. The company objected on religious grounds.
1991-1992 - Law clerk to Judge David Sentelle, of the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.
1993-1994 - Law clerk to Supreme Court Justices Byron White and Anthony Kennedy.
1995-1997 - Associate at Kellogg, Huber, Hansen, Todd, Evans & Figel.
1998-2005 - Partner at Kellogg, Huber, Hansen, Todd, Evans & Figel.
2005-2006 - Principal Deputy to the Associate Attorney General and Acting Associate Attorney General, US Department of Justice.
2006-2017 - Judge on the Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, nominated by President George W. Bush.
February 8, 2017 - In a meeting with Connecticut Democratic Sen. Richard Blumenthal, Gorsuch reportedly takes exception to Trump insulting a federal judge in Seattle as a "so-called judge" via Twitter after the judge temporarily blocked the administration's travel ban. Gorsuch describes the president's tweets about the judiciary as "demoralizing" and "disheartening," according to Blumenthal.
April 6, 2017 - The Senate triggers the so-called "nuclear option," lowering the vote threshold on nominations from 60 to 51, allowing Republicans to break a Democratic filibuster of Gorsuch.
April 7, 2017 - The Senate confirms Gorsuch to the Supreme Court with a vote of 54-45.
April 10, 2017 - Gorsuch's ceremonial swearing-in is held at the White House.