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Public Comment Sought on Maricopa County Superior Court Applicants


August 31, 2021
 
The public is invited to comment on 23 applicants for a vacancy on the Superior Court in Maricopa County created by the retirement of Judge Sherry K. Stephens.
 
The applicants are:
 
• Scott M. Blum • Julie A. LaFave
• Michelle Carson • William Mabry III
• Quintin H. Cushner • Keith J. Miller
• Harla M. Davison • Sigmund G. Popko
• James N. Drake, Jr. • Suzanne J. Reed
• David W. Garbarino • Jeremy A. Rovinsky
• Melody Garland Harmon • Michael F. Valenzuela
• Gregory J. Gnepper • Ashley Villaverde Halvorson
• Lauren R. Guyton • William R. Wingard
• Amy M. Kalman • Kirsten J. Wright
• Michael Kielsky • Melissa M. Zabor
• James R. Knapp
 
Their applications can be viewed online at the Commission’s website, http://www.azcourts.gov/jnc.        
           
The Maricopa County Commission on Trial Court Appointments will review the applications and take public testimony at a meeting on September 23, 2021.  The meeting details will be available on the public meeting notice. The public meeting notice and meeting agenda will be posted on the Commission’s website at least seven days prior to the meeting.
 
Citizens may address the Commission on the day of the meeting or send written comments to jnc@courts.az.gov or to 1501 W. Washington, Suite 221, Phoenix, AZ 85007. It is not necessary to submit multiple copies of written comments, and email is preferred. Comments must be received no later than September 20, 2021 to be considered.  Anonymous comments cannot be considered.
 
At the September 23, 2021 meeting, the Commission will choose the applicants to be interviewed.  The selected applicants will be interviewed on October 19, 2021. The logistics of this meeting will be available after the September 23 meeting. After the interviews, the Commission will recommend at least three nominees for the opening to Governor Doug Ducey, who will appoint the new judge.




Governor Ducey Appoints Megan A. McCoy To The Mohave County Superior Court



August 20, 2021

PHOENIX — Governor Doug Ducey today announced the appointment of Megan A. McCoy to the Mohave County Superior Court. The vacancy on the Mohave County Superior Court was created by the retirement of Judge Charles W. Gurtler, Jr., on June 30, 2021. Under the Arizona Constitution, judges of the Superior Court in counties with a population of less than 250,000 persons are elected by the voters. When a judge retires or resigns prior to a general election, the vacancy created by the retirement or resignation is filled by gubernatorial appointment until the next general election.

“Megan’s career shows her dedication to Mohave County and she will bring that dedication to the bench to improve her community,” said Governor Ducey. “I am delighted to appoint Megan McCoy to the Mohave County Superior Court.”

Megan A. McCoy is a Kingman native whose career has been defined by public service to her community. She currently handles juvenile and family law cases in Mohave County Superior Court as a full-time Commissioner and Judge Pro Tem. Before this, Megan served the people of Mohave County as a prosecutor at the County Attorney’s Office for 13 years. Her career saw her representing the state of Arizona in thousands of cases, ranging from white-collar crimes to crimes against children. As a prosecutor, Megan also helped to draft model legislation allowing for felons to be prosecuted for “unlawful flight” when they evade marked and unmarked police cars.

Megan has received recognition on many occasions for her work as a prosecutor, and for her time spent in community involvement. In 2010, Megan was presented with the Community Partnership Award by the City of Kingman Police Department, and in both 2013 and 2014, she was the recipient of the Outstanding Task Force Award, presented to her by the Arizona High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA). In 2013, Megan was named the Arizona Narcotic Officers Association Prosecutor of the Year.

Megan is a native of Mohave County, having graduated from Kingman High School in 2000. She remains involved in her community in several volunteer roles. Among them, Megan is a Troop Co-Leader for the Girl Scouts, as well as a member of the Crossover Youth Governance Board. She also volunteers at local schools where she gives presentations about the law.

Megan graduated with her law degree from Georgetown University in 2006. Prior to this, she graduated from the University of California San Diego in 2003, where she majored in Political Science, with minors in Legal Studies and Literature/Writing.



MARICOPA COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT JUDICIAL NOMINEES ANNOUNCED



August 12, 2021
 
The Maricopa County Commission on Trial Court Appointments has recommended 12 candidates to Governor Doug Ducey for three openings on the Superior Court in Maricopa County.
 
Nominees for the openings created by the retirement of Judges Roger E. Brodman, Connie Coin Contes and Karen A. Mullins are:
 
· Michelle Carson, Democrat, of Phoenix, Commissioner with the Superior Court in Maricopa County.
·       Quintin H. Cushner, Democrat, of Phoenix, a Partner at Dentons US LLP.
· James N. Drake, Jr., Independent, of Phoenix, Chief Clerk of the Arizona House of Representatives.
· David W. Garbarino, Republican, of Phoenix, Commissioner with the Superior Court in Maricopa County.
· Melody Garland Harmon, Democrat, of Phoenix, Commissioner with the Superior Court in Maricopa County.
· Lauren R. Guyton, Democrat, of Chandler, Commissioner with the Superior Court in Maricopa County.
· James R. Knapp, Independent, of Phoenix, Section Chief of Financial Crimes at the U.S. Attorney’s Office, District of Arizona.
· Julie A. LaFave, Democrat, of Tempe, Commissioner with the Superior Court in Maricopa County.
· Keith J. Miller, Republican, of Gilbert, Associate Attorney at Fennemore Craig, P.C.
· Suzanne J. Reed, Democrat, of Phoenix, Staff Attorney at the Arizona Supreme Court.
· Ashley Villaverde Halvorson, Democrat, of Phoenix, a Partner at Jones, Skelton and Hochuli, P.L.C.
· William R. Wingard, Independent, of Queen Creek, Commissioner with the Superior Court in Maricopa County.
 
Governor Ducey will make the appointments.




Tempe Municipal Court
Judge Pro Tem



August 10, 2021

The Tempe Municipal Court is seeking on-call Judges Pro Tem to serve in the absence of regular Municipal Court Judges, possibly including weekends and holidays. Applications will be accepted through Monday August 23, 2021 at 5 p.m. The position announcement, including the application and instructions, is attached and available through the Tempe Municipal Court website www.tempe.gov/court.

For more information and to apply, please click on the link below: 2021 Judge Pro Tem Application Tempe




NOMINEES FOR ARIZONA COURT OF APPEALS ANNOUNCED



August 10, 2021
 
The Commission on Appellate Court Appointments has recommended five nominees to Governor Doug Ducey for an opening on Division One of the Arizona Court of Appeals.
 
The nominees for the opening created by the retirement of Judge Lawrence F. Winthrop are:
 
· Michael S. Catlett, Republican, Deputy Solicitor General and Chief Counsel of Special Litigation at the Arizona Attorney General’s Office.

·Alice M. Jones, Democrat, Unit Chief Counsel of Criminal Appeals Section at the Arizona Attorney General’s Office.

·Angela Kebric Paton, Republican, Special Assistant Attorney General at the Arizona Attorney General’s Office.

·Adele G. Ponce, Republican, a Superior Court Judge in Maricopa County.

·Patricia A. Starr, Independent, a Superior Court Judge in Maricopa County.
 
Governor Ducey will appoint the new judge.



Applications Being Accepted for a Vacancy on the Maricopa County Superior Court



August 5, 2021

Applications are being accepted for a vacancy on the Superior Court in Maricopa County created by the retirement of Judge Sherry K. Stephens.

The Maricopa County Commission on Trial Court Appointments will review applications, interview selected applicants, and recommend at least three nominees for the vacancy to Governor Doug Ducey, who will appoint the new judge.

The most current judicial application form can be downloaded at the Judicial Department website: www.azcourts.gov/jnc. Applications may also be obtained from the Administrative Office of the Courts, Human Resources Department, 1501 W. Washington, Suite 221, Phoenix, by calling (602) 452-3311, or by sending an electronic mail request to jnc@courts.az.gov.

Applicants must be at least 30 years of age, of good moral character, admitted to the practice of law in, and a resident of Arizona for the past five years, and a resident of Maricopa County for the past year.

A signed original application with all attachments, and a searchable .pdf version of the application and attachments must be submitted to the Administrative Office of the Courts, Human Resources Department, 1501 W. Washington, Suite 221, Phoenix, AZ, 85007, by 3:00 p.m. on August 30, 2021.

Applicants for the recent vacancies in Maricopa County DO NOT need to reapply to be considered for the new vacancy.

The Commission may, at its discretion, use the applications filed for this vacancy to nominate candidates for any additional vacancies known to the Commission before the screening meeting for this vacancy is held.

All meetings of the Maricopa County Commission on Trial Court Appointments are open to the public. Meeting dates will be announced.

The new judge will be paid $149,382.60 annually.




Governor Ducey Appoints Glenn Allen, Andrew Russell and Lisa Wahlin To The Maricopa County Superior Court



July 23, 2021

PHOENIX — Governor Doug Ducey today announced the appointments of Glenn Allen, Andrew Russell and Lisa Wahlin to the Maricopa County Superior Court. These appointments are to fill vacancies created by the retirements of Judges Arthur T. Anderson, Dawn M. Bergin and John C. Rea.

Glenn Allen has been serving since 2016 as a Commissioner for the Maricopa County Superior Court, where he currently presides over criminal matters. He previously served on the juvenile bench and was in charge of the Family Treatment Court for parents in substance abuse-related dependencies.

Prior to being a Commissioner, Glenn was a criminal defense attorney as a sole practitioner and in small firms. He also handled personal injury cases, with an emphasis on assisting cyclists injured in car accidents. In addition, he has handled real estate transactions, general business law and litigation, and product liability cases. From 2015 to 2016, he also served as a Judge Pro Tem for the Maricopa County Superior Court. Glenn began his career at the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office from 2002 to 2003.

Moreover, Glenn was a small business owner, as his family owned and operated a cycling and triathlon retail business in Scottsdale called Tribe Multisport from 2011 to 2016. From 2003 to 2011, Glenn held his real estate license and was an officer at Lawyer’s Realty of Arizona.

Glenn is a board member of the Maricopa County Bar Association, and he currently serves as its Secretary.

“Glenn brings a unique perspective to the bench from his experiences as a judicial officer, attorney, and small business owner. I am delighted to appoint him to the Maricopa County Superior Court,” said Governor Ducey.

Glenn received his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Utah. He then received his law degree summa cum laude from the Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law.

Andrew “Andy” Russell has been serving as Commissioner for the Maricopa County Superior Court since 2014. He currently serves as a Special Assignment Commissioner, in which he covers judge calendars as needed and must be able to adjudicate all types of cases. He has broad judicial experience having previously presided over civil, criminal, family, juvenile and probate matters.

Prior to being a Commissioner, Andy practiced commercial and appellate litigation at Kutak Rock, LLP for 8 years. Before that, he worked at Lieberman Dodge Gerding & Anderson, Ltd. and Cavanagh Law Firm.

Andy began his legal career by clerking for Judge Noel Fidel of the Arizona Court of Appeals, Division One.

Andy is actively involved with the Thurgood Marshall Inn of the Court, including serving as its President from 2010 to 2011. He also served on the Executive Committee of the Arizona Judges Association and the State Bar’s Elder Law, Mental Health, and Special Needs Planning Executive Council.

“Andy is trusted to be a pinch hitter for the Maricopa County Superior Court. His broad judicial and commercial experience will allow him to be a strong contributor, and I am pleased to appoint him to the Maricopa County Superior Court,” said Governor Ducey.

Andy graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles, majoring in Music. He subsequently taught music in public schools in California. He then received his law degree from the Washington and Lee University School of Law.

Lisa Wahlin has been serving since 2017 as General Counsel for the Arizona Department of Public Safety, where she provides legal advice on decisions impacting the agency. Previously, she served as General Counsel and Deputy Director for the Arizona State Lottery from 2016 to 2017. From 2015 to 2016, she served as an assistant city attorney for the City of Goodyear, where she provided day-to-day legal advice to various city departments and reviewed city contracts.

Lisa also worked in private practice as a civil litigator for 8 years, including at Jones, Skelton & Hochuli and at Ryley, Carlock & Applewhite. During this time, she also served as a Judge Pro Tem for the Maricopa County Superior Court from 2011 to 2014.

Lisa began her career in the public sector and over a 15-year period, she worked for several agencies including the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office’s, Arizona Attorney General’s Office and Phoenix City Prosecutor’s Office. During this time, she was also an adjunct professor for Grand Canyon University in the Public Safety Administration Programs and an instructor for the Arizona Law Enforcement Academy.

Among other organizations, Lisa has been active with the Arizona Law Enforcement Legal Advisors Association, including serving as its President. Lisa also serves on the Robinson Ranch Board of Directors, which provides equine-assisted learning and horse therapy.

“Lisa’s devotion to protecting the public will serve the bench well. She brings a plethora of experience from public safety to contracts to civil litigation. I am thrilled to appoint her to the Maricopa County Superior Court,” said Governor Ducey.

Lisa graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Microbiology from Texas A&M University. She subsequently worked as a substitute teacher and microbiologist. She then received her law degree from Arizona State University.



Governor Ducey Appoints Kimberly Ortiz To The Pima County Superior Court


July 23, 2021

PHOENIX — Governor Doug Ducey today announced the appointment of Kimberly Ortiz to the Pima County Superior Court to fill the vacancy created by the retirement of Judge Paul E. Tang.

“Kim has given so much to the Southern Arizona community as a Judge Pro Tem, as a prosecutor, and as a professor. I am pleased to appoint her to the Pima County Superior Court,” said Governor Ducey.

Kimberly “Kim” Ortiz has been serving as a Judge Pro Tem on the Pima County Superior Court since November 2018. She is one of three full-time Judges Pro Tem permanently assigned to the criminal bench. In this role, she handles a full criminal docket and regularly hears appeals from the Tucson City and Pima County Justice Courts.

Kim also teaches as an adjunct professor at the University of Arizona College of Law, her alma mater. She has been teaching Sentencing Law since 2011 and previously taught at the Arizona Attorney General Rule 38(e) Prosecution Clinic from 2005 to 2018.

Prior to being appointed as a Judge Pro Tem, Kim was a prosecutor at the Arizona Attorney General’s (“AG”) Office for nearly 20 years. She ultimately served as Section Chief Counsel for the Southern Arizona White Collar & Criminal Enterprise Section from 2011 to 2018. As Section Chief, Kim managed all criminal cases initiated by the AG’s Office in Southern Arizona. She reviewed and approved felony charges against more than 1,700 defendants, and helped more than 3,000 victims recover restitution totaling over $34,000,000. She additionally handled personnel, budget, legislative and grant writing matters. Kim also served on the Wiretap, Ethics and Brady Committees. During her time as an Assistant Attorney General, she also handled civil forfeiture cases and defended medical malpractice claims in the Liability Management Section.

Kim began her career working at the Santa Cruz County Attorney’s Office from 1994 to 1999. She was a Drug Enforcement Unit Supervisor and prosecuted drug cases in high intensity drug trafficking areas.

In 2018, Kim was recognized by the State Bar of Arizona through the prestigious Michael C. Cudahy Criminal Justice Award. This award recognizes one criminal law prosecutor per year in Arizona who has worked tirelessly to advance the principles of criminal justice by representing the public’s interest with integrity, fairness, tenacity, creativity, brilliance and, above all, professionalism.

Kim received her Bachelor’s degree in English from Columbia University. She then received her J.D. from the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law.



Public Asked for Input on Candidates for Division One of the Arizona Court of Appeals


July 22, 2021
 
The Commission on Appellate Court Appointments is asking for public comment on eight candidates for an opening on Division One of the Arizona Court of Appeals.
 
The candidates are:
 
• Michael S. Catlett • Joseph P. Mikitish
• Alice M. Jones • Adele G. Ponce
• Angela Kebric Paton • Joshua D. Rogers
• Daniel J. Kiley • Patricia A. Starr
 
Their applications for the office can be viewed online at the Commission’s website http://azcourts.gov/jnc.
 
The Commission will meet to interview the candidates on August 9, 2021. The meeting will be held in room 101 of the Arizona State Courts Building, 1501 W. Washington, Phoenix, AZ 85007, starting at 8:30 a.m. The interview agenda will be posted on the Commission’s website at least 7 days prior to the meeting.
 
Citizens may address the Commission on the day of the meeting or send written comments to jnc@courts.az.gov or to 1501 W. Washington, Suite 221, Phoenix, AZ 85007. It is not necessary to submit multiple copies of written comments, and email is preferred. Comments must be received no later than August 4, 2021 to be considered.  Anonymous comments cannot be considered.
 
After the interviews, the Commission will recommend at least three nominees for the opening to Governor Doug Ducey, who will appoint the new judge.




FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 8, 2021

Governor Ducey Appoints Kathryn Hackett King To The Arizona Supreme Court




PHOENIX — Governor Doug Ducey today announced the appointment of Kathryn Hackett King, a member of the Arizona Board of Regents and University of Arizona College of Law graduate, to the Arizona Supreme Court.

King brings a breadth of private and public experience to the bench, from her background in complex civil litigation to her work in all three branches of government. King is the fifth woman in Arizona history to serve on the Supreme Court.

“Kate’s strong belief in the separation of powers and experience serving in all three branches of government will serve the people of Arizona well,” said Governor Ducey. “I have witnessed her intelligence and wisdom firsthand, and I know she is well-respected in the legal field. I am delighted to appoint Kate to the Arizona Supreme Court.”

King is currently a partner at BurnsBarton PLC, a woman-owned law firm made up of big firm attorneys. Her practice is dedicated to representing private and public employers in employment litigation and related civil matters. She has worked on a wide range of legal matters including those involving discrimination, harassment, disability law, wage and hour law, drug testing, medical marijuana, restrictive covenants, torts and breach of contract claims. She routinely drafts employment agreements and other contracts and conducts investigations of allegations of discrimination, harassment and other workplace misconduct. She has also represented clients before administrative agencies, such as the National Labor Relations Board and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. King began her private practice career at Snell & Wilmer LLP, where she practiced in the areas of employment law and commercial and business litigation.

From 2015 to 2017, King served as Deputy General Counsel to Governor Ducey, where she assisted with legal issues involving the Governor’s Office and executive agencies. She advised Governor Ducey on constitutional, statutory and other legal requirements of the Office.

King is returning to the Court that she clerked for after law school. She clerked for Arizona Supreme Court Justice Michael D. Ryan from 2007 to 2008. During law school, among other positions, she was a Legal Fellow for Senator Jon Kyl and an extern for federal Judge Earl Carroll of the United States District Court for the District of Arizona.

King gives back to the community in several ways, including currently serving on the Arizona Board of Regents, which is the governing body of Arizona’s public university system. She was a member of the Arizona Civil Rights Advisory Board from 2016-2020, serving as Vice Chair from 2019-2020. In that role, she helped draft legislation creating a civil cause of action and remedy for human trafficking victims, which Governor Ducey signed in March 2021.

In addition, King is a member of the Arizona Women Lawyers Association and a mentor for the Latina Mentoring Project. She has provided pro bono legal services to non-profit organizations serving the homeless and through the Volunteer Lawyers Program of Community Legal Services. In 2011, the Volunteer Lawyers Program awarded her the Consumer Litigator of the Year for her pro bono representation.

King was also recently recognized as a Southwest Super Lawyer in the area of Labor and Employment.

King graduated from Duke University with a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Political Science and minoring in History. She then obtained her law degree from the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law, where she served as the Note and Comment Editor on the Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law.

This appointment fills the vacancy created by the resignation of Justice Andrew Gould.







Public Comment Sought on Maricopa County Superior Court Applicants


 
June 25, 2021

The public is invited to comment on 23 applicants for three vacancies on the Superior Court in Maricopa County created by the retirement of Judges Roger E. Brodman, Connie Coin Contes and Karen A. Mullins.
 
The applicants are:
 
• Glenn A. Allen • Julie A. LaFave
• Scott M. Blum • William Mabry III
• Michelle Carson • Keith J. Miller
• Quintin H. Cushner • Tracy R. Nadzieja
• Harla M. Davison • Sigmund G. Popko
• James N. Drake, Jr. • Suzanne J. Reed
• David W. Garbarino • Jeremy A. Rovinsky
• Melody Garland Harmon • Andrew J. Russell
• Lauren R. Guyton • Ashley Villaverde Halvorson
• Amy M. Kalman • Lisa S. Wahlin
• Michael Kielsky • William R. Wingard
• James R. Knapp
 
Their applications can be viewed online at the Commission’s website, http://www.azcourts.gov/jnc.        
           
The Maricopa County Commission on Trial Court Appointments will review the applications and take public testimony at a meeting on July 12, 2021.  The meeting details will be available on the public meeting notice. The public meeting notice and meeting agenda will be posted on the Commission’s website at least seven days prior to the meeting.
 
Citizens may address the Commission on the day of the meeting or send written comments to jnc@courts.az.gov or to 1501 W. Washington, Suite 221, Phoenix, AZ 85007. It is not necessary to submit multiple copies of written comments, and email is preferred. Comments must be received no later than July 7, 2021 to be considered.  Anonymous comments cannot be considered.
 
At the July 12, 2021 meeting, the Commission will choose the applicants to be interviewed.  The selected applicants will be interviewed on August 10, 2021. The logistics of this meeting will be available after the July 12 meeting. After the interviews, the Commission will recommend at least three nominees for each opening to Governor Doug Ducey, who will appoint the new judges.




Maricopa County Superior Court Commissioner Recruitment



June 7 - July 2, 2021

For more information and to view the application packet, please click here.

To view the website information please click here.



Public Comment Sought on Pinal County Superior Court Applicants



June 4, 2021

The public is invited to comment on 11 applicants for a vacancy on the Superior Court in Pinal County created by the retirement of Judge Stephen F. McCarville.

The applicants are:

Rebecca S. Assini
Jessica K. Hernandez Dixon
Lacey A. Stover Gard
Danielle Harris
Yancy A. Jencsok
Shawn A. Jensvold
Karen Feng Palmer
Jamie R. Ramirez
Matthew S. Reed
Megan K. Weagant
Lawrence M. Wharton

Their applications can be viewed online at the Commission’s website, http://www.azcourts.gov/jnc.

The Pinal County Commission on Trial Court Appointments will review the applications and hear comments at a public meeting on July 9, 2021. The meeting details will be available on the public meeting notice. The public meeting notice and meeting agenda will be posted on the Commission’s website at least seven days prior to the meeting.

Citizens may address the Commission on the day of the meeting or send written comments to jnc@courts.az.gov or to 1501 W. Washington, Suite 221, Phoenix, AZ, 85007. It is not necessary to submit multiple copies of written comments, and email is preferred. Comments must be received no later than July 6, 2021 to be considered. Anonymous comments cannot be considered.

At the July 9, 2021 meeting, the Commission will choose the applicants to be interviewed. The selected applicants will be interviewed on July 27, 2021. The logistics of this meeting will be available after the July 9th meeting. After the interviews, the Commission will recommend at least three nominees for the opening to Governor Doug Ducey, who will appoint the new judge.


MARICOPA COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT JUDICIAL NOMINEES ANNOUNCED


The Maricopa County Commission on Trial Court Appointments has recommended 11 candidates to Governor Doug Ducey for three openings on the Superior Court in Maricopa County.

Nominees for the openings created by the retirement of Judges Arthur T. Anderson, Dawn M. Bergin and John C. Rea are:

· Glenn A. Allen, Republican, of Phoenix, Commissioner with the Superior Court in Maricopa County.

· James N. Drake, Jr., Independent, of Phoenix, Chief Clerk of the Arizona House of Representatives.

· David W. Garbarino, Republican, of Phoenix, Commissioner with the Superior Court in Maricopa County.

· Melody Garland Harmon, Democrat, of Phoenix, Commissioner with the Superior Court in Maricopa County.

· Lauren R. Guyton, Democrat, of Chandler, Commissioner with the Superior Court in Maricopa County.

· Amy M. Kalman, Democrat, of Tempe, Commissioner with the Superior Court in Maricopa County.

· Julie A. LaFave, Democrat, of Tempe, Commissioner with the Superior Court in Maricopa County.

· Sigmund G. Popko, Democrat, of Tempe, Commissioner with the Superior Court in Maricopa County.

· Andrew J. Russell, Independent, of Phoenix, Commissioner with the Superior Court in Maricopa County.

· Ashley Villaverde Halvorson, Democrat, of Phoenix, a Partner at Jones, Skelton and Hochuli, P.L.C.

· Lisa S. Wahlin, Republican, of Phoenix, General Counsel for the Arizona Department of Public Safety.

Governor Ducey will make the appointments.


PIMA COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT JUDICIAL NOMINEES ANNOUNCED


May 26, 2021

The Pima County Commission on Trial Court Appointments has recommended four nominees to Governor Doug Ducey for an opening on the Superior Court in Pima County.

The nominees for the opening created by the retirement of Judge Paul E. Tang are:

· Kimberly A. Harris Ortiz, Democrat, Judge Pro Tempore with the Superior Court in Pima County.
· Sivan R. Korn, Independent, a Partner at Rusing Lopez & Lizardi PLLC.
· Reagen A. Kulseth, Republican, Sole Practitioner at The Law Office of Reagen Kulseth.
· Victoria A. Otto, Democrat, County Attorney at the Pima County Attorney’s Office.

Governor Ducey will appoint the new judge.



NOMINEES FOR ARIZONA SUPREME COURT ANNOUNCED


May 20, 2021

The Commission on Appellate Court Appointments has recommended seven nominees to Governor Doug Ducey for an opening on the Arizona Supreme Court.

The nominees for the opening created by the retirement of Justice Andrew W. Gould are:



· Cynthia J. Bailey, an Arizona Court of Appeals Judge – Division I.

· David J. Euchner, of the Pima County Public Defender’s Office.

· Kathryn H. King, of BurnsBarton, PLC.

· Jennifer M. Perkins, an Arizona Court of Appeals Judge – Division I.

· Adele G. Ponce, a Superior Court Judge in Maricopa County.

· Patricia A. Starr, a Superior Court Judge in Maricopa County.

· David D. Weinzweig, an Arizona Court of Appeals Judge – Division I



Governor Ducey will appoint the new justice.



Public Asked for Input on Candidates for Maricopa County Superior Court Vacancies


May 3, 2021

The Maricopa County Commission on Trial Court Appointments is seeking public input on 15 candidates for three openings on the Superior Court in Maricopa County.

The candidates are:

Glenn A. Allen
Michelle Carson
Quintin H. Cushner
James N. Drake, Jr.
David W. Garbarino
Melody Garland Harmon
Lauren R. Guyton
Amy M. Kalman
Michael Kielsky
Julie A. LaFave
Keith J. Miller
Sigmund G. Popko
Andrew J. Russell
Ashley Villaverde Halvorson
Lisa S. Wahlin

Their applications can be viewed online at the Commission’s website, http://azcourts.gov/jnc.

The Commission will meet to interview the candidates on May 26, 2021 at 8:30 a.m. The meeting will be held in room 101 of the Arizona State Courts Building, 1501 W. Washington, Phoenix, AZ 85007. The interview agenda will be posted on the Commission’s website at least 7 days prior to the meeting.

Citizens may address the Commission on the day of the meeting or send written comments to jnc@courts.az.gov or to 1501 W. Washington, Suite 221, Phoenix, AZ 85007. It is not necessary to submit multiple copies of written comments, and email is preferred. Comments must be received no later than May 21, 2021 to be considered. Anonymous comments cannot be considered.

After the interviews, the Commission will recommend at least three nominees for each opening to Governor Doug Ducey, who will appoint the new judges.



Applications Being Accepted for a Vacancy on the Pinal County Superior Court  

 
May 3, 2021

Applications are being accepted for a vacancy on the Superior Court in Pinal County, created by the retirement of Judge Stephen F. McCarville. 
 
The Pinal County Commission on Trial Court Appointments will review applications, interview selected applicants, and recommend at least three nominees for the vacancy to Governor Doug Ducey, who will appoint the new judge. 
 
The most current judicial application form can be downloaded at the Judicial Department website: www.azcourts.gov/jnc. Applications may also be obtained from the Administrative Office of the Courts, Human Resources Department, 1501 W. Washington, Suite 221, Phoenix, by calling (602) 452-3311, or by sending an electronic mail request to jnc@courts.az.gov.  
 
Applicants must be at least 30 years of age, of good moral character, admitted to the practice of law in Arizona, as well as a resident of Arizona, for the past five years and a resident of Pinal County for the past year. 
 
A signed original application with all attachments and a searchable .pdf version of the application and attachments must be submitted to the Administrative Office of the Courts, Human Resources Department, 1501 W. Washington, Suite 221, Phoenix, AZ, 85007, by 
3:00 p.m. on June 2, 2021.   
 
The Commission may, at its discretion, use the applications filed for this vacancy to nominate candidates for any additional vacancies known to the Commission before the screening meeting for this vacancy is held.   
 
All meetings of the Pinal County Commission on Trial Court Appointments are open to the public.  Meeting dates will be announced.  
 
The new judge will be paid $149,382.60 annually. 


Applications Being Accepted For A Vacancy On The Mohave County Superior Court

 
May 3, 2021

PHOENIX — Applications are being accepted for a vacancy on the Superior Court in Mohave County that will be created by the retirement of Judge Charles W. Gurtler, Jr.

The Office of the Governor will review applications and interview selected applicants for the vacancy, and Governor Doug Ducey will appoint the new judge pursuant to Article VI, Section 12 of the Arizona Constitution. 

The judicial application form can be downloaded online at the Office of the Governor’s website: https://azgovernor.gov/judges.

Applicants must be at least 30 years of age and less than 65 years of age, of good moral character, admitted to the practice of law in Arizona, a resident of Arizona for the past five years, and a resident of Mohave County for the past year pursuant to Article VI, Sections 22 and 37 of the Arizona Constitution. 

A signed original application with all attachments, and a searchable .pdf version of the application and attachments must be submitted to Anni Foster, General Counsel, Office of Governor Doug Ducey, Executive Tower, 1700 W. Washington St., Phoenix, AZ 85007, by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, May 28, 2021.

All interviews are open to the public. The interview date will be announced.







Public Comment Sought on Pima County Superior Court Applicants


 
April 19, 2021

The public is invited to comment on eight applicants for a vacancy on the Superior Court in Pima County created by the retirement of Judge Paul E. Tang.
 
The applicants are:
 
• Kimberly A. Harris Ortiz • Kathryn B. Nelson
• Danielle J. Kamps Constant • Victoria A. Otto
• Sivan R. Korn • Gioia R. Sanderson
• Reagen A. Kulseth • Paul J. Skitzki
 
Their applications can be viewed online at the Commission’s website, http://www.azcourts.gov/jnc
 
The Pima County Commission on Trial Court Appointments will review the applications and hear comments at a public meeting on May 5, 2021. The meeting will be held in the Pima room of the Sheraton Tucson Hotel and Suites, 5151 E. Grant Road, Tucson, AZ. Meeting details will be available on the public meeting notice. The public meeting notice and meeting agenda will be posted on the Commission’s website at least seven (7) days prior to the meeting.   
 
Citizens may address the commission on the day of the meeting or send written comments to jnc@courts.az.gov or to 1501 W. Washington, Suite 221, Phoenix, AZ, 85007.  It is not necessary to submit multiple copies of written comments, and email is preferred. Comments must be received no later than April 30, 2021 to be considered.  Anonymous comments cannot be considered. 
 
At the May 5, 2021 meeting, the Commission will choose the applicants to be interviewed.  The selected applicants will be interviewed on May 24, 2021. The logistics of this meeting will be available after the May 5th meeting. After the interviews, the Commission will recommend at least three nominees for the opening to Governor Doug Ducey, who will appoint the new judge.



Public Comment Sought on Maricopa County Superior Court Applicants



April 16, 2021

The public is invited to comment on 16 applicants for three vacancies on the Superior Court in Maricopa County created by the retirement of Judges Dawn M. Bergin, John C. Rea and Arthur T. Anderson.

The applicants are:

• Glenn A. Allen • Michael Kielsky
• Michelle Carson • Julie A. LaFave
• Quintin H. Cushner • Keith J. Miller
• James N. Drake, Jr. • Sigmund G. Popko
• David W. Garbarino • Jeremy A. Rovinsky
• Melody Garland Harmon • Andrew J. Russell
• Lauren R. Guyton • Ashley Villaverde Halvorson
• Amy M. Kalman • Lisa S. Wahlin

Their applications can be viewed online at the Commission’s website, http://www.azcourts.gov/jnc.

The Maricopa County Commission on Trial Court Appointments will review the applications and take public testimony at a meeting on May 3, 2021. The meeting details will be available on the public meeting notice. The public meeting notice and meeting agenda will be posted on the Commission’s website at least seven days prior to the meeting.

Citizens may address the Commission on the day of the meeting or send written comments to jnc@courts.az.gov or to 1501 W. Washington, Suite 221, Phoenix, AZ 85007. It is not necessary to submit multiple copies of written comments, and email is preferred. Comments must be received no later than April 29, 2021 to be considered. Anonymous comments cannot be considered.

At the May 3, 2021 meeting, the Commission will choose the applicants to be interviewed. The selected applicants will be interviewed on May 26, 2021. The logistics of this meeting will be available after the May 3 meeting. After the interviews, the Commission will recommend at least three nominees for each opening to Governor Doug Ducey, who will appoint the new judges.



11 Applicants Being Considered for Arizona Supreme Court



April 12, 2021
 
The public is asked for comments on 11 applicants for an opening on the Arizona Supreme Court created by the retirement of Justice Andrew W. Gould.
 
The applicants are:
 
• Cynthia J. Bailey
• Sean E. Brearcliffe
• David J. Euchner
• Randall M. Howe
• Kathryn H. King
• Jennifer M. Perkins
• Adele G. Ponce
• Patricia A. Starr
• Lacey A. Stover Gard
• Carrie P. Ryerson
• David D. Weinzweig
 
Their applications can be viewed online at the Commission’s website,  http://www.azcourts.gov/jnc.
 
The Commission on Appellate Court Appointments will review the applications and hear comments at a public meeting on April 27, 2021. The meeting will be held in room 101 of the Arizona State Courts Building, 1501 W. Washington. Meeting details will be available on the public meeting notice. The public meeting notice and meeting agenda will be posted on the Commission’s website at least seven (7) days prior to the meeting. 
 
Citizens may address the commission on the day of the meeting or send written comments to jnc@courts.az.gov or to 1501 W. Washington, Suite 221, Phoenix, AZ, 85007.  It is not necessary to submit multiple copies of written comments, and email is preferred. Comments must be received no later than April 22, 2021 to be considered.  Anonymous comments cannot be considered.
 
At the April 27, 2021 meeting, the commission will choose the applicants to be interviewed. The selected applicants will be interviewed on May 17, 2021. The logistics of this meeting will be available after the April 27th meeting. After the interviews, the commission will recommend at least three nominees for the opening to Governor Doug Ducey, who will appoint the new justice.





Applications are being accepted for a vacancy on the Arizona Supreme Court



March 15, 2021

Applications are being accepted for a vacancy on the Arizona Supreme Court created by the retirement of Justice Andrew W. Gould.

The Commission on Appellate Court Appointments will review applications, interview selected applicants, and recommend at least three nominees for the vacancy to Governor Doug Ducey, who will appoint the new justice.

The most current judicial application form can be downloaded at the Judicial Department website: www.azcourts.gov/jnc. Applications may also be obtained from the Administrative Office of the Courts, Human Resources Department, 1501 W. Washington, Suite 221, Phoenix, by calling (602) 452-3311, or by sending an electronic mail request to jnc@courts.az.gov.

Applicants must be of good moral character and admitted to the practice of law in, and a resident of the state of Arizona for the past 10 years, and under age 65 at the time the nomination is sent to the Governor.

A signed original application with all attachments, and a searchable .pdf version of the application and attachments must be submitted to the Administrative Office of the Courts, Human Resources Department, 1501 W. Washington, Suite 221, Phoenix, AZ, 85007, by 3:00 p.m. on April 9, 2021.

The Commission may, at its discretion, use the applications filed for this vacancy to nominate candidates for any additional vacancies known to the Commission before the screening meeting for this vacancy is held.

All meetings of the Commission on Appellate Court Appointments are open to the public. Meeting dates will be announced.

The new justice will be paid $159,684.88 annually.


Applications Being Accepted for a Vacancy on the Maricopa County Superior Court



March 15, 2021

Applications are being accepted for a vacancy on the Superior Court in Maricopa County created by the retirement of Judge Dawn M. Bergin.

The Maricopa County Commission on Trial Court Appointments will review applications, interview selected applicants, and recommend at least three nominees for the vacancy to Governor Doug Ducey, who will appoint the new judge.

The most current judicial application form can be downloaded at the Judicial Department website: www.azcourts.gov/jnc. Applications may also be obtained from the Administrative Office of the Courts, Human Resources Department, 1501 W. Washington, Suite 221, Phoenix, by calling (602) 452-3311, or by sending an electronic mail request to jnc@courts.az.gov.

Applicants must be at least 30 years of age, of good moral character, admitted to the practice of law in, and a resident of Arizona for the past five years, and a resident of Maricopa County for the past year.

A signed original application with all attachments, and a searchable .pdf version of the application and attachments must be submitted to the Administrative Office of the Courts, Human Resources Department, 1501 W. Washington, Suite 221, Phoenix, AZ, 85007, by 3:00 p.m. on April 15, 2021.

Applicants for the recent vacancies in Maricopa County MUST reapply to be considered for the new vacancy.

The Commission may, at its discretion, use the applications filed for this vacancy to nominate candidates for any additional vacancies known to the Commission before the screening meeting for this vacancy is held.

All meetings of the Maricopa County Commission on Trial Court Appointments are open to the public. Meeting dates will be announced.

The new judge will be paid $149,382.60 annually.




Governor Ducey Appoints Stasy Click And David McDowell To The Maricopa County Superior Court



March 9, 2021

PHOENIX — Governor Doug Ducey today announced the appointments of David McDowell and Stasy Click to the Maricopa County Superior Court. These appointments are to fill vacancies created by the retirement of Judges Douglas Gerlach and Jeanne Garcia.

Stasy Click is an experienced family law practitioner who has had her own firm since 2009. She also takes on pro bono cases representing victim’s rights in criminal proceedings and preparing wills for first responders through Wills for Heroes. In addition, Stasy has been serving as a Judge Pro Tempore for the Maricopa County Superior Court since 2018, presiding over family and criminal law cases. While managing her firm, Stasy also worked as a family law attorney with the ASU Alumni Law Group from 2015 to 2017. Additionally, she was a Family Law Clinic Supervisor, as well as an Adjunct Professor of Family and Community Property Law, for Arizona Summit Law School from 2012 to 2015.

Prior to opening her firm, Stasy was a civil and family law associate at Burch & Cracchiolo from 2005 to 2009. Prior to that, she was the Director of ASU’s Victim’s Legal Assistance project from 2001 to 2004, where she implemented the nation’s first pro bono legal clinic representing crime victims. During this time, she also served as a Judge Pro Tempore for the Gilbert Municipal Court and as an Adjunct Professor of Criminal Law for the University of Phoenix. Stasy also has a strong criminal background, having worked in both the Maricopa County and Pima County Attorney’s Offices, as well as a criminal defense attorney for local firms.

Stasy has been recognized as a Southwest Super Lawyer for several years. Currently, she serves on the Board of the Family Law Section for the Maricopa County Bar Association. She has volunteered for many years with Operation Stand Down, aiding homeless veterans in family and criminal court matters, and with the Children’s Law Center, assisting the Court in determining if child abuse has occurred in family law matters.

“Stasy’s vast experience and passion for giving back to the profession and local community in a multitude of ways makes her an excellent addition to the bench. I am pleased to appoint her to the Maricopa County Superior Court,” said Governor Ducey.

Stasy majored in Philosophy and minored in Political Science at Drake University in Iowa, graduating cum laude. Thereafter, she graduated from the University of Arizona College of Law.

David McDowell has been a partner at Rose Law Group pc since 2014 and serves as the head of Litigation, managing the department and overseeing all of the firm’s litigation. His practice is focused on civil litigation matters, consisting of premise and product liability litigation, contract and real estate disputes, administrative agency proceedings, and employment claims. His practice also includes transactional matters, encompassing commercial real estate purchase and sale agreements, financing documents, contracts with governmental agencies, company governance documents, and employment agreements. Since 2017, David also has been serving as a Judge Pro Tempore for the Maricopa County Superior Court handling civil settlement conferences.

Before joining Rose Law Group, David was co-managing shareholder of Renaud Cook Drury Mesaros, PA, where he managed a firm of 110 employees. Throughout his career, he has practiced in nearly every major area of the law.

From 2016 to 2018, David served as a member of the Board of Trustees of the Phoenix Zoo/Arizona Center for Nature Conservation. He has been a Fiesta Bowl parade volunteer and donated his time with various nonprofit organizations such as UMOM and Big Brothers and Big Sisters. He also volunteered with the State Bar of Arizona’s program aiding Hurricane Katrina victims who had relocated to Arizona in 2006.

“David’s leadership and complex commercial experience will make him a valued member of the judiciary. I am delighted to appoint him to the Maricopa County Superior Court,” said Governor Ducey.

David received his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with honors from Washington State University. He then received his law degree from the University of Idaho, graduating with honors.



Governor Ducey Appoints Stacy Krueger To The Coconino County Superior Court


2/25/21

PHOENIX — Governor Doug Ducey today announced the appointment of Stacy Krueger to the Coconino County Superior Court to fill the vacancy created by the retirement of Judge Mark R. Moran.

In 2018, Coconino County voters opted to move from elections for judges on the Superior Court to merit selection where the Coconino County Trial Court Commission makes recommendations to the Governor for appointments to fill judicial vacancies. Stacy is the Governor’s first appointment to the Coconino County Superior Court through this new process.

“Stacy’s dedication and service to the Coconino County community is an asset to the bench,” said Governor Ducey. “I am pleased to announce Stacy’s appointment to the Coconino County Superior Court.”

Stacy Krueger
Stacy has devoted her life to public service as a prosecutor with the Coconino County Attorney’s Office. She prosecutes felony cases and manages an average caseload of 50 to 80 cases at any given time. Although she handles a wide variety of felony cases, her focus is on prosecuting domestic violence cases. In addition, she supervises prosecutors who serve in Coconino County’s specialty courts including Veterans’ Court, Recovery Court, Mental Health Court, and Page Drug Court.

Stacy’s service extends outside the office through volunteer work for the High Country Stand Down for Veterans and for Wills for Heroes events. Additionally, she has volunteered her time with the Northland Family Help Center, Big Brothers & Big Sisters, and the Flagstaff Family Food Center events. Stacy graduated from Coconino County’s Executive Leadership Academy, which trains future leaders. In 2018, Stacy was named the Arizona Prosecutor of the Year by Mothers Against Drunk Driving and the Citizen of the Year by the National Association of Social Workers - Arizona Chapter, Branch 3.

Stacy graduated cum laude from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay with a Bachelor of Arts in History, minoring in Women’s Studies. While in college, she played on the Division I women’s basketball team with a full athletic scholarship. She then obtained magna cum laude a Master of Science in Education from Youngstown State University in Ohio. She subsequently received her law degree magna cum laude from the University of Toledo in Ohio.



Governor Ducey Appoints Jeffrey Sklar, Lisa Abrams And Gary Cohen To The Pima County Superior Court



1/19/2021

PHOENIX⁠ — Governor Doug Ducey today announced the appointments of Jeffrey Sklar, Lisa Abrams and Gary Cohen to the Pima County Superior Court to fill the vacancies created by the appointment of Judge John Hinderaker to the United States District Court, District of Arizona and the retirement of Judges Gus Aragón and Leslie Miller.

Jeffrey Sklar is a Partner at Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie, where he has been a commercial litigator since 2010. He represents businesses and business owners in various legal disputes, and he has experience in eminent domain, antitrust, receiverships, and bankruptcy law. He also serves as outside general counsel to the Metropolitan Domestic Water Improvement District and the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. In addition, Sklar has been serving since 2018 as a Pima County Superior Court Judge Pro Tem, where he handles civil and family law related settlement conferences.

Before joining Lewis Roca, Sklar practiced at Irell & Manella in Los Angeles, California as a commercial litigator, which included intellectual property litigation. After law school, he clerked for then Justice Scott Bales of the Arizona Supreme Court. Sklar has been repeatedly named to Benchmark Litigation’s 40 & Under Hot List and as a Rising Star by Southwest Super Lawyers.

Sklar dedicates substantial time to pro bono cases through Southern Arizona Legal Aid and Step Up to Justice, focusing on consumer and landlord/tenant issues. In 2019, he was recognized by Southern Arizona Legal Aid as a volunteer of the month and by the Arizona Bar Foundation as one of the top 50 pro bono attorneys in the state. Sklar also serves on the Board of Directors of Interfaith Community Services, a local social services organization devoted to helping people in need achieve healthy, stable and independent lives.

“Jeff’s intellect and dedication to the southern Arizona community will be an asset to the bench,” said Governor Ducey. “I am pleased to announce Jeff’s appointment to the Pima County Superior Court.”

Sklar graduated summa cum laude from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Political Science, minoring in Spanish. He also served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Arizona Daily Wildcat. He then received his law degree from the University of Southern California Gould School of Law, where he graduated in the top 10% of his class and served as Executive Notes Editor on the Southern California Law Review.

Lisa Abrams has been serving since 2010 as a Commissioner for the Pima County Superior Court. She is currently on the Juvenile bench and has previously served on the Family Law and Probate benches. She also volunteers as a judge for the Juvenile Court's Dependency Alternative Program, which diverts eligible dependency cases out of the traditional dependency route. Abrams also serves on the Pima County Superior Court’s Security Emergency Preparedness Committee and the Arizona Supreme Court’s Commission on Minorities in the Judiciary.

Prior to joining the bench, Abrams was a Partner at Karp & Weiss, where she practiced primarily in the areas of family, juvenile, and school law. Before that, Abrams was legal counsel for the Tucson Unified School District (TUSD), for which she handled diverse issues in education, employment, and civil matters. She also provided legal training to thousands of TUSD teachers, administrators, and students.

Abrams began her career at the Pima County Public Defender’s Office, where she handled misdemeanor and felony cases ranging from DUI to murder charges. Abrams also served as a judicial law clerk/bailiff for Pima County Superior Court Judge Michael Brown after graduating from law school.

Among her volunteer work, Abrams devotes substantial time to animal rescue organizations, In the Arms of Angels and Humane Society of Southern Arizona. From 2012 to 2015, she served on the Board of Directors of the Humane Society of Southern Arizona.

“Lisa’s broad experience in the public and private sectors, as well as her judicial experience, will allow her to quickly contribute to the Court,” said Governor Ducey. “I am delighted to announce Lisa’s appointment to the Pima County Superior Court.”

Abrams graduated magna cum laude from Smith College in Massachusetts with a Bachelor of Arts in Government, minoring in Economics. She then received her law degree from the University of Arizona College of Law.

Gary Cohen is a Partner at Mesch Clark Rothschild where he has practiced since 1993. His current practice includes government defense, personal injury, commercial litigation, employment, and appellate matters. Over his career, he has also handled class actions, vulnerable adult claims, and minor criminal matters. In addition, Cohen has been serving as a Judge Pro Tem for Pima County Superior Court since 2004, as a mediator for civil cases.

From 2011 to 2017, Cohen was an Adjunct Professor at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law teaching pre-trial litigation. Cohen was also on the Executive Committee of the State Bar of Arizona’s Appellate Practice Section from 2006 to 2010, including serving as its Chair.

Cohen has been named to Best Lawyers in America and Southwest Super Lawyers since 2017. In 2012, Cohen was named “Best Writer” in a survey of Pima County Bar Association Members.

Cohen has given back to the southern Arizona community for many years. From 2017 to 2019, he was an Honorary Commander at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, and he has been an Arizona Local Board Member of the Selective Service System since 2010. Cohen has also served as a board member for several non-profit organizations over the years, including the Children’s Museum Tucson (2011-2017), Make-A-Wish Foundation Southern Arizona (2008-2010), Tucson Fiesta Bowl Committee (2005-2008), and Tucson Jewish Community Center (2003-2009).

“Gary’s commercial experience, including in complex civil cases, will bring a unique perspective and skillset to the bench,” said Governor Ducey. “I am happy to announce Gary’s appointment to the Pima County Superior Court.”

Gary graduated from Northwestern University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. He then received his law degree from the University of Arizona College of Law. During law school, Gary was a member of the Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law.

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