Joe Biden would form a Bipartisan committee, and based on their advice, he would decide whether or not to reform the Supreme Court and Federal Judges.
President-elect Joe Biden, Biden had repeatedly said that he was opposed to court-packing and would not add more federal judges.
In an interview with 60 Minutes on October 25, 2020, to questions of changing the Supreme and Federal judges, Biden answered he would form the bipartisan commission of conservative scholars to propose changes to reform the Supreme Court and federal judiciary.
Biden also mentioned that the commission would have 180 days to develop specific reformation recommendations in the U.S. court system or Court-packing. Based on those recommendations, Biden would decide whether to add or change the judges of Federal and Supreme Courts. Biden also quoted that the presidents come and go, but the supreme court stays for generations.
We cannot say whether or not the Biden administration will increase the number of judges in the supreme court or replace the existing ones as a bipartisan committee is set to be created. Their findings will help Biden decide on that.