Murphy nominates Montgomery McCracken attorney to NJ Supreme Court
June 5, 2020
Types : In the News
Former Assistant U.S. Attorney Fabiana Pierre-Louis would be the first black woman to serve on the bench
On Friday, Gov. Phil Murphy nominated former Assistant U.S. Attorney Fabiana Pierre-Louis to serve on the New Jersey Supreme Court.
If confirmed by the state Senate, she will be the first black woman to serve on the state’s highest court. Pierre-Louis would replace Associate Justice Walter Timpone, when he retires at the mandatory age of 70 on Nov. 10.
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