The justices sit according to seniority, with the Chief Justice in the center, and the associate justices on alternating sides. If you are facing the bench, the most senior associate justice is immediately to the left of the Chief Justice, and the most junior associate justice is farthest to the right.
Try your hand at seating the justices based on their seniority.
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SOURCE: The Supreme Court | Laura Stanton - The Washington Post, Sept. 30, 2010.