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Millie Judge

 

Snohomish County Superior Court

Department 11

This race will be decided in the Primary Election.

Millie Judge

Legal/Judicial Experience: 22 Years of Experience: Administrative Law Judge, Office of the Snohomish County Hearing Examiner; Assistant Chief Civil Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, Snohomish County; Law Clerk to Supreme Court Chief Justice Fred Dore

Other Professional Experience: Served as lead attorney in the Brightwater wastewater litigation, achieving a settlement of $70 million for impacts to our community.

Education: J.D. Degree, Pepperdine University School of Law; B.A. Degree, University of Washington

Community Service: - Elected Commissioner, Snohomish County Fire District No. 1; Elected Chair, WSBA Environmental & Land Use Law Section; Global Board, Starlight Children's Foundation; Board of Directors, SNOCOM 911; Youth Girls Basketball Coach

Statement: As an administrative law judge, I have the opportunity every day to decide disputes involving our community. I have developed a reputation as a fair, hardworking, independent and common-sense problem solver who is dedicated to the law and public service. My commitment to justice will give every person in our County a court where they will be heard, respected and valued.

I have wide experience in many areas of the law, including administrative law, contracting, construction, land use and environmental law, personal injury and insurance defense litigation, mental health law, municipal law, animal law, code enforcement, and many more. I have successfully handled hundreds of proceedings before state courts and administrative tribunals.

I am dedicated to the community, serving as a fire commissioner to provide the best emergency medical and fire response possible. I have spent ten years on board of the Starlight Children's Foundation, serving seriously ill children and their families. I am a wife and mother of two kids, and volunteer at their school and our church.

I am the only candidate with five years of judicial experience and a proven track record of reaching fair and just decisions, while treating people respectfully.


 
Campaign Web Site  
Email: electmilliejudge@hotmail.com
 
Opponent: Jack Follis
 
   
 
Candidate ratings:

ORGANIZATION JACK
FOLLIS
MILLIE
JUDGE
Q-Law: The GLBT
Bar Association of Washington
* Qualified
Snohomish Co. Bar Ass'n
Members' Poll
234 pts 108 pts
Washington
Women Lawyers
* Well Qualified

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Finance report:

CANDIDATE UPDATED CONTRIBUTIONS EXPENDITURES
Jack Follis 7/4/2012 $23,548.00
Personal Funds $15,000.00
Loans $5,000.00
$7,635.09
Millie Judge 7/4/2012 $20,163.85
Loans $2,900.00
$6,382.27

 
Media stories:
    July 20, 2012
Everett Herald   Two vie for county’s Superior Court bench
    July 13, 2012
Weekly Herald   Four judicial positions on primary ballot

 
 

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