10th Judicial District Nominating Commission to interview candidates for district magistrate judge
TOPEKA—The 10th Judicial District Nominating Commission will convene at 8 a.m. Monday, May 8, in the Johnson County Administration Building, Olathe, to interview candidates to fill the district magistrate judge vacancy of Judge Michael H. Farley.
Interviews are open to the public.
The candidates are: Jenifer J. Ashford, Connie Boysen, Rachelle Eichenwald, Christopher Kopecky, Alex McCauley, Amy Mitchell, Patrick Murphy, Tel Parrett, Sheila Schultz, Wayne Smith, Jessica Sokoloff, Sarah Stewart, and Michael Tamburini.
To be eligible for a district magistrate position, the candidate must have graduated from a high school, or the equivalent; be a resident of Johnson County at the time of taking office and while serving; and either be a lawyer admitted to practice in Kansas or pass an examination given by the Supreme Court and become certified within 18 months.
The 10th Judicial District Nominating Commission consists of Justice Lee A. Johnson as the nonvoting chair; lawyer members Stephen M. Howe (commission scretary), Judge Kevin P. Moriarty, J. Brett Milbourn, John M. Parisi, Greg L. Musil, Thomas J. Bath Jr., and Rick G. Guinn; and nonlawyer members Annabeth Surbaugh; Gregory M. Doring; Vivien Jennings; Doug D. Brownlee; James Griffith; Joe W. Beveridge; and Samuel H. Turner Sr.
State of Kansas
Office of Judicial Administration
Kansas Judicial Center
301 SW 10th
Topeka, Kansas 66612-1507