Bradley Ambrosier Reappointed Chief Judge of 26th Judicial District
Joe Denoyer - November 15, 2017 11:29 am
TOPEKA — Chief Justice Lawton R. Nuss announced today the Supreme Court has reappointed Judge Bradley Ambrosier to a two-year term as chief judge of the 26th Judicial District, effective January 1, 2018, to December 31, 2019.
Ambrosier has served as district judge and chief judge in the 26th Judicial District since 2009. He presides over cases in Grant, Haskell, Morton, Seward, Stanton, and Stevens counties.
“We are glad that Judge Ambrosier agreed to serve another two years as chief judge, providing continuity in capable leadership in the 26th Judicial District,” said Nuss.
“While it is an honor to be reappointed as chief judge, the reality is that the employees and judges of the district make the job very easy. Their hard work and dedication make this district function,” Ambrosier said.
Ambrosier is a native of Hill City. He graduated from Norton Community High School, Kansas State University and Washburn University School of Law. Before becoming a judge, he was a partner in the firm of Yoxall, Antrim, Yoxall, and Ambrosier until 1999. Then he became a partner in Graybill, Witcher, and Ambrosier in Elkhart.
Each of Kansas’ 31 judicial districts has a chief judge who, in addition to his or her judicial responsibilities, has general control over case assignments within the district, as well as general supervisory authority over the administrative and clerical functions of the court.