Supreme Court of Argentina

highest court of law of the Argentine Republic

The Supreme Court of Argentina is the highest court of law in Argentina. It started on 15 January 1863. The rulings of the court are final. The court also decides on cases about the constitution.

Supreme Court of Argentina
Corte Suprema de Justicia de la Nación Argentina
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Palace of Justice, seat of the Supreme Court
EstablishedJanuary 15, 1863; 159 years ago (1863-01-15)
LocationBuenos Aires
Coordinates34°36′08″S 58°23′09″W / 34.602120°S 58.385907°W / -34.602120; -58.385907
Composition methodPresidential nomination with Senate of Argentina confirmation (Judges)
Ministers of the Supreme Court (President)
Authorized byArgentine Constitution
Judge term length75 years old. At that age, the President and the Senate can keep the judges for an additional term of five years, following the same process established for the appointment. The five-year extension can be repeated indefinitely.
Number of positions5
Websitecsjn.gov.ar
President of the Supreme Court
CurrentlyHoracio Rosatti
Since1 October 2021; 10 months ago (1 October 2021)
Vice President of the Supreme Court
CurrentlyCarlos Rosenkrantz
Since1 October 2021; 10 months ago (1 October 2021)

The members of the Supreme Court are chosen by the President.

Current JusticesEdit

The current composition of the Supreme Court is as follows: