The U.S. Supreme Court nomination of Elena Kagan has been criticized by some Republican senators because she has no judicial experience, but a lack of judicial credentials is no surprise on state Supreme Courts and neither is a strong showing of gender diversity.

Since Justice John Paul Stevens announced his retirement last month, the National Center for State Courts has entered the debate over the dynamics of the high court by offering comparisons with the Supreme Court’s sister courts at the state level.

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