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Gov. Holcomb Announces Judicial Appointment For Wabash Superior Court Vacancy
Updated October 16, 2017 7:49 AM
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Gov. Eric Holcomb announced Amy Conner Cornell as his appointment to the Wabash County Superior Court. Cornell succeeds Judge Christopher M. Goff, who was appointed to the Indiana Supreme Court in June.

Following her graduation from law school, Cornell was a judicial clerk to Indiana Supreme Court Justice Brent Dickson and later served as an administrative law judge for the Indiana Department of Workforce Development and maintained a private practice.

In addition to her law degree, Cornell also received a Master of Divinity from Princeton University. She currently serves as chaplain at White's Residential and Family Services in Wabash, Indiana.

Cornell is a graduate of Purdue University, Indiana University Maurer School of Law, and Princeton Theological Seminary.

Cornell, through her diverse education and career choices, will bring a unique combination of talent to the judiciary in Wabash County and Indiana as a whole.

Cornell will be sworn into office on a mutually agreeable date to be determined.

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