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Judge Aimee ANDERSON
Judge Aimee ANDERSON Current Assignment: Civil Department
Assignment History:
Department: Civil 
Year: 6/2016 
Location: Northeast Regional Court Center 
Department: Family Court 
Year: 6/2014 
Location: Phoenix 
Department: Juvenile 
Year: 6/2013 
Location: Juvenile Court Southeast Facility in Mesa 
Department: Juvenile 
Year: 6/2007 
Location: Juvenile Court Durango Facility 
Department: Criminal 
Year: 2/2001 
Location: Phoenix 
Work History:
2007 - Present:  Superior Court Judge, Superior Court in Maricopa County, Phoenix 
2001 - 2007:  Commissioner, Superior Court in Maricopa County, Phoenix 
1998 - 2001:  Assistant Attorney General, Office of the Attorney General, Phoenix 
1997 - 1998:  Senior Attorney, Maricopa County Legal Defender's Office, Phoenix 
1993 - 1997:  Assistant Attorney General, Office of the Attorney General, Phoenix 
1991 - 1993:  Deputy County Attorney, Maricopa County Attorney's Office, Phoenix and Mesa 
1988 - 1991:  Attorney, Bowman and Brooke, Phoenix 
Education:
  • Juris Doctorate, 1987, Arizona State University, College of Law
  • Bachelor of Science, Liberal Arts, 1985, Arizona State University
Committees/Associations:
  • American Bar Association, 1988 - Present
  • Arizona State Bar Association, 1988 - Present
  • Arizona Women's Lawyers Association, 1988-1990, 2002-Present
  • Maricopa County Bar Association, 1988-Present
  • Maricopa County Bar Association, Young Lawyers' Division, 1988-1999
  • Horace Rumple, American Inns of Court, 1997 - Present
  • National Association of Drug Court Professionals, 2001-2004, 2007-Present
  • Arizona Association of Drug Court Professionals, 2001-2004, 2007-Present
  • Arizona Judges Association, 2002 - Present
Community Involvement:
  • Maricopa County National Adoption Day, educational presenter and judicial officer, 2000 - Present
  • Arizona Women Lawyers Association, Mentors Program, 2005-Present
  • Judges Connecting with Classrooms program, Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education, 2005-Present
  • Advocate for rights of children and individuals who suffer with substance abuse issues
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