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email@example.comMayor Hickenlooper Announces Andre Rudolph As Denver County Court Judge Appointment
Two weeks after receiving three nominees for Denver County Court Judge from the Judicial Nomination Commission, Mayor John Hickenlooper announced his appointment of Andre L. Rudolph. The appointment will fill the vacancy created when Judge Robert Patterson leaves the bench on January 11, 2005.
“Denver was remarkably fortunate to have so many qualified and experienced candidates from which to choose,” Hickenlooper said. “Andre Rudolph offers a unique set of skills combined with professional and life experiences that will be a real asset to the bench.”
Currently an Adams County Magistrate for the 17th Judicial District, Rudolph began his law career in the Colorado State Public Defenders Office and later spent four years as the Denver District Court Magistrate for the Second Judicial District. Rudolph received the 2003 Distinguished Jurist Award from the Sam Cary Bar Association and the 2001 William G. Meyer "Drug Court Employee of the Year" award.
He has been involved in a number of civic, charitable and judicial-related endeavors, including membership on the Judicial Conference Planning Committee, the Adams County Minority Overrepresentation Board, and the Stapleton Redevelopment Board, while also teaching at the University of Denver College of Law as an adjunct professor.
Rudolph is a member of the Sam Cary Bar Association, the Colorado Women’s Bar Association, and the Colorado Hispanic Bar Association. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Wyoming at Laramie and his law degree from the Creighton University School of Law in Omaha, Nebraska.
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