What is the minimum age of US Supreme Court Justices?

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There is no constitutionally required minimum age for US Supreme Court justices; however, the President and Senate are careful to select justices with appropriate education and experience, so the average age of appointment is late 40s to early 50s.
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There is no constitutionally required minimum age for US Supreme Court justices; however, the President and Senate are careful to select justices with appropriate ...
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