Judge Neil Gorsuch headed to the United States Capitol on Monday to begin the process of being confirmed as a Justice on the United States Supreme Court.
Judge Gorsuch came before Senators on the Judiciary Committee to deliver an opening statement as his confirmation hearings officially began.
Senators also provided their opening remarks, kicking off what is expected to be a four-day confirmation process. The Judge has a busy schedule to start this week.
Here is what his week looks like:
Monday: Senators and Judge Gorsuch delivered their opening remarks.
Tuesday: Judge Gorsuch answered questions from Senators on the Judiciary Committee.
Wednesday: Judge Gorsuch continues to answer questions from Senators. The Judiciary Committee potentially begins hearing testimony from outside witnesses.
Thursday: Witness testimony, which is intended to help inform the confirmation process, concludes.
Note: Schedule subject to change.
Follow @GorsuchFacts to get updates on the confirmation hearings as the Senate moves forward with confirming Judge Gorsuch to the United States Supreme Court.