Judge Gilmore Reappointed to Judicial Education Advisory Committee
Joe Denoyer - July 15, 2020 11:22 am
Supreme Court appoints new member, reappoints seven to Judicial Education Advisory Committee
TOPEKA—The Kansas Supreme Court appointed Court of Appeals Judge Sarah Warner to the Judicial Education Advisory Committee.
She will complete the unexpired term of Steve Leben, who stepped down from the Court of Appeals in June to teach at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law.
The Supreme Court also reappointed:
District Judge Neil Foth, who serves in the 10th Judicial District, which is Johnson County;
District Judge Linda Gilmore, who serves in the 26th Judicial District, composed of Grant, Haskell, Morton, Seward, Stanton, and Stevens counties;
District Judge Eric Godderz, who serves in the 4th Judicial District, composed of Anderson, Coffey, Franklin, and Osage counties;
District Magistrate Judge Paula Hofaker, who serves in Phillips County in the 17th Judicial District;
District Judge Ryan Rosauer, who serves in the 8th Judicial District, composed of Dickinson, Geary, Marion, and Morris counties;
District Magistrate Judge James Schroeder, who serves in Rawlins County of the 15th Judicial District; and
District Judge Christopher Smith, who serves in the 19th Judicial District, which is Cowley County.
Their terms began July 1 and end June 30, 2023.
The Judicial Education Advisory Committee recommends and organizes education and training programs for Kansas appellate judges, district judges, and district magistrate judges. Members include judges from each of the state’s six judicial departments, a representative from the Office of Judicial Administration, and an appellate judge.