Gov. Brewer announces Pima County Superior Court appointment
Web Producer: Janice Yu
TUCSON (KGUN9-TV) - Juvenile Court Commissioner Kathleen Ann Quigley was appointed to the Pima County Superior Court by Governor Jan Brewer. She will fill the seat of Judge Clark W. Munger.
"With 25 years of service to Pima County and southern Arizona, Kathleen has established a solid and commendable reputation," said Governor Brewer. "Kathleen has expertise in juvenile, criminal and tribal law, and is a renowned advocate of victims' rights. I am confident she will continue to serve Pima County and the citizens of Arizona with distinction in her new role."
Commissioner Quigley has been Pima County Juvenile Court Commissioner since 2009. Previously, she served as Deputy Pima County Attorney from 1987-2003, then as Pima County Juvenile Court Hearing Officer from 2003-2009.
Commissioner Quigley is highly-regarded for her expertise on the Indian Child Welfare Act. She has spoken at national conferences on ICWA law and has worked with state and tribal courts to implement a statewide training program regarding ICWA cases.
She is a part of the Arizona Woman Lawyers Association and a was a member of the Pima County Bar Association Board of Directions. She volunteers with the National High School Mock Trial program and mentors students at the University of Arizona College of Law.
Commissioner Quigley earned her bachelor of science from Northern Arizona University and her juris doctor from the University of Arizona College of Law.