Welcome to the Bench, Week of October 20th 2017

Congratulations to the following judges who are either new to the bench or have recently been elected or appointed to a new position.

Hon. Anne Cruser, Cowlitz County Superior Court, Washington

Hon. Thomas M. Harris, Fourth District Appellate Court of Illinois

Hon. Debra McLaughlin, 23rd Judicial District, West Virginia

Hon. Ellen Randle, Hampden Division, Probate and Family Court, Massachusetts

Hon. Kathleen Sandman, Circuit Division, Probate and Family Court, Massachusetts

Hon. Alexis Taylor, District of Columbia Office of Administrative Hearings

Hon. Claudine T. Wyner, Hampden Division, Probate and Family Court, Massachusetts

Know of a new judge (of any kind) we’ve missed? Let us know with an email to njc-communications@judges.org.

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