Inslee appoints Jennifer Snider to Clark County Superior Court

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Gov. Jay Inslee appointed Jennifer Snider to the Clark County Superior Court today. She will replace Judge James Rulli who is retiring on April 30th.

Snider currently serves as court commissioner for the Clark County Superior Court. In this role, she makes in-court decisions on a range of issues and participates in the court's administrative functions.

Snider began her law career as an associate at Reed & Johnson in Vancouver where she became partner three years later. She went on to practice at Johnson & Snider, P.C., for 17 years.

"With more than five years at the Clark County Superior Court, Jennifer has a deep understanding of the court's operations, and she has earned an excellent reputation among her peers," Inslee said. "I am pleased that she will bring her sound judgment and experience to the bench."

She received her law degree from Gonzaga University and her bachelor’s degree from Whitman College.

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Tara Lee
Governor Inslee’s Communications Office