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This page lists judges appointed by Ned Lamont (D) during his term as governor of Connecticut. As of February 2024, the total number of Lamont appointees was 11. For the full profile of Lamont, click here .

As of January 2019, governors in Connecticut were responsible for appointing judges to Connecticut state courts, including the seven-member Connecticut Supreme Court and the nine-member Connecticut Appellate Court.

Ballotpedia provides comprehensive coverage of the 100 largest cities in America by population . Some Connecticut judges are outside of that coverage scope . As a result, this page does not provide an exhaustive list of all judges appointed by Gov. Lamont.

Appointed judges

The tables below list the governor's appointees to the courts across the state. These lists are updated automatically with new appointments.

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  • 1 Judicial selection process
  • 2 Recent news
  • 3.1.1 Pivot Counties (2016)
  • 3.1.2 Pivot Counties (2020)
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Judicial selection refers to the process used to select judges for courts. At the state level, methods of judicial selection vary substantially in the United States, and in some cases between different court types within a state. There are six primary types of judicial selection: partisan and nonpartisan elections, the Michigan method , assisted appointment , gubernatorial appointment , and legislative elections . To read more about how these selection methods are used across the country, click here .

This article covers how state court judges are selected in Connecticut , including:

  • The Connecticut Supreme Court ,
  • The Connecticut Appellate Court ,
  • The Connecticut Superior Court , and
  • limited jurisdiction courts .

As of March 2023, judges for all courts in the state except the Connecticut Probate Courts were selected through the assisted appointment method, where the governor selects a nominee from a list provided by a nominating commission. Judges of the Connecticut Probate Courts were selected through partisan elections.

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Connecticut voted for the Democratic candidate in all six presidential elections between 2000 and 2020.

Pivot Counties (2016)

Ballotpedia identified 206 counties that voted for Donald Trump (R) in 2016 after voting for Barack Obama (D) in 2008 and 2012. Collectively, Trump won these Pivot Counties by more than 580,000 votes. Of these 206 counties, one is located in Connecticut, accounting for 0.5 percent of the total pivot counties. [6]

Pivot Counties (2020)

In 2020 , Ballotpedia re-examined the 206 Pivot Counties to view their voting patterns following that year's presidential election. Ballotpedia defined those won by Trump won as Retained Pivot Counties and those won by Joe Biden (D) as Boomerang Pivot Counties . Nationwide, there were 181 Retained Pivot Counties and 25 Boomerang Pivot Counties. Connecticut had one Retained Pivot County, 0.55 percent of all Retained Pivot Counties.

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  • ↑ 1.0 1.1 American Judicature Society , "Methods of Judicial Selection," archived February 2, 2015
  • ↑ Both Oklahoma and Texas have two state supreme courts: one for civil matters and one for criminal matters.
  • ↑ Michigan and Ohio use nonpartisan general elections with candidates selected through partisan primaries or conventions. In the District of Columbia, judges are selected in the same manner as federal judges.
  • ↑ Judges of the North Dakota Court of Appeals are appointed on an as-needed basis by the supreme court justices.
  • ↑ Most courts that use combination/alternative methods (for example, mayoral appointment) are local level courts. These courts are often governed by selection guidelines that are unique to their specific region.
  • ↑ The raw data for this study was provided by Dave Leip of Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections .

Federal courts:

Second Circuit Court of Appeals • U.S. District Court: District of Connecticut • U.S. Bankruptcy Court: District of Connecticut

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Connecticut Supreme Court • Connecticut Appellate Court • Connecticut Superior Court • Connecticut Probate Courts

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  1. PDF ASSIGNMENT OF JUDGES

    ASSIGNMENT OF JUDGES September 6, 2021 - September 4, 2022 (Revised 7/18/22) Pursuant to Section 51-164t of the General Statutes, the Chief Court Administrator has made the following assignments to the Divisions and Parts thereof established in Chapter 1 of the Practice Book. Divisions and Parts

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    (HARTFORD, CT) - Governor Ned Lamont today announced that he is nominating 15 jurists to fill vacancies as judges on the Connecticut Superior Court. This is the first class of Superior Court nominations made by Governor Lamont, who took office in January 2019. The most recent class was approved in 2018 under the prior administration.

  3. PDF ASSIGNMENT OF JUDGES

    ASSIGNMENT OF JUDGES September 4, 2023 - September 1, 2024 (Revised 2/8/24) Pursuant to Section 51-164t of the General Statutes, the Chief Court Administrator has made the following assignments to the Divisions and Parts thereof established in Chapter 1 of the Practice Book. Divisions and Parts

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    Andrew J. McDonald (Current term: January 23, 2021--January 22, 2029); Gregory T. D'Auria (Current term: March 8, 2017--March 7, 2025); Raheem L. Mullins (Current term: April 18, 2018--April 17, 2026); Maria Araujo Kahn (Current term: April 30, 2018--April 29, 2026); Steven D. Ecker (Current term: May 3, 2018--May 2, 2026); Joan K. Alexander (Cu...

  5. PDF Judicial Selection Process

    Summary. Selecting Connecticut judges is a multi-step process. First it involves lawyers applying to the Judicial Selection Commission, which compiles a list of qualified candidates. Then, when there are judicial vacancies, the governor makes judicial nominations from the list of candidates and submits them for legislative confirmation.

  6. Connecticut Judicial Selection Commission

    Resources Governing Statutes JSC Regulations Judicial Review Council CT Judicial Branch Schedule of Meetings Schedule Of Meetings - January - December, 2024 Applications Applications for Judicial Appointments, Reappointments, and Elevation. Reappointment of Judges

  7. PDF CT Supreme Court 2nd Term Case Advisory Oct. 13-22, 2021

    The Connecticut Supreme Court's second term of the 2021-2022 court year will begin on Wednesday, Oct. 13, and end on Friday, Oct. 22. The current assignment for days and case summaries are posted on the Judicial Branch's website before each term begins.

  8. List of Judges

    The terms of the following Judges of the State of Connecticut will expire during the year 2025 and the nominations by the Governor will come before the Judicial Selection Commission for review commencing in January 2024. There are 21 judges with terms expiring in 2025: SUPREME COURT Hon. Gregory T. D'Auria APPELLATE COURT Hon. Bethany J. Alvord

  9. PDF ASSIGNMENT OF JUDGES

    ASSIGNMENT OF JUDGES September 5, 2022 - September 3, 2023 Pursuant to Section 51-164t of the General Statutes, the Chief Court Administrator has made the following assignments to the Divisions and Parts thereof established in Chapter 1 of the Practice Book. Divisions and Parts The Divisions, Parts thereof, and abbreviation of each Part are:

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    The Joint Committee on Judiciary has cognizance of all matters relating to (A) the Judicial Department, the Department of Correction and the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities, (B) courts, judicial procedures, criminal law, probate matters, probation, parole, wills, estates, adoption, divorce, bankruptcy, escheat, law libraries, deeds,...

  11. PDF ASSIGNMENT OF JUDGES

    ASSIGNMENT OF JUDGES September 6, 2021 ± September 4, 2022 Pursuant to Section 51-164t of the General Statutes, the Chief Court Administrator has made the following assignments to the Divisions and Parts thereof established in Chapter 1 of the Practice Book. Divisions and Parts The Divisions, Parts thereof, and abbreviation of each Part are:

  12. PDF ASSIGNMENT OF JUDGES

    ASSIGNMENT OF JUDGES September 5, 2022 - September 3, 2023 Rev. 8/29/23 FAMILY DIVISION PARTS S (SUPPORT) AND D (DISSOLUTION), CIVIL DIVISION AND CRIMINAL DIVISION ANSONIA-MILFORD JUDICIAL DISTRICT (Administrative Judges can reassign judges to other assignments within a Judicial District when necessary.)

  13. PDF ASSIGNMENT OF JUDGES

    ASSIGNMENT OF JUDGES September 2, 2019 through September 6, 2020 Pursuant to Section 51-164t of the General Statutes, the Chief Court Administrator has made the following assignments to the Divisions and Parts thereof established in Chapter 1 of the Practice Book. Divisions and Parts

  14. CT Judicial Branch's Assignment of Judges

    The Connecticut Judicial Branch has announced the assignment of judges, including the new deputy chief court administrator and chief administrative judges, which are effective September 3, 2018 - September 1, 2019. If you would like to view the assignment of judges in its entirety, click here.

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    This is the official website of the State of Connecticut Judicial Branch. It is the mission of the Connecticut Judicial Branch to resolve matters brought before it in a fair, timely, efficient and open manner. ... 2021-Sept. 30, 2023; January 9, 2024 Notice Regarding 2024 Attorney Registration.

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    Connecticut Rule of Professional Conduct 8.4(7) I n June of 2021, the judges of the ... toring, high-quality assignments, access-ing networking opportunities, compensa-tions, and promotions.5 Do we have any indication ... Knowingly assist a judge or judicial officer in conduct

  18. PDF OLR Bill Analysis SB 988

    July 1, 2021 (FY 22) Supreme Court chief justice $206,617 $215,915 Chief court administrator (if a judge) 198,545 207,480 ... the judicial marshal service, or judge trial referees, and (b) the Superior Court's family, juvenile, criminal, or civil divisions. The bill increases these additional annual payments from

  19. CT Judicial Branch's Assignment of Judges

    The Connecticut Judicial Branch has announced the assignment of judges, which are effective September 4, 2017 - September 2, 2018. If you would like to view the assignment of judges in its entirety, click here. Family Division Part J (Juvenile) at Following Courthouses for Juvenile Matters Housing Division Part H

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    The Connecticut Judicial Branch Directory is provided to you by the External Affairs Division and is published by the Commission on Official Legal Publications of the Information Technology Division. It is updated regularly and available online. Cheryl MacDonald, Editor (860) 757-2270 Photograph of Stamford-Norwalk Judicial District Courthouse

  21. PDF ANNUAL REPORT 2021

    2021 . 109387694.1 JUDICIAL REVIEW COUNCIL 505 HUDSON STREET, ROOM 116 HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT 06126-0099 TELEPHONE: (860) 566-5424 TOLL FREE IN-STATE: (866) 222-6075 FAX: (860) 566-6617 ... The Connecticut Judicial Review Council receives and investigates complaints about alleged misconduct, disability, or substance abuse of state judges, family ...

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    The Commission shall: 1. Examine the adequacy and need for adjustment of compensation; and 2. Examine the adequacy and need for adjustment of per diem compensation. Contact Judicial Compensation Commission c/o Judiciary Committee Legislative Office Building, Room 2500 Hartford, CT 06106 Membership List Information Documents and Meetings Testimony

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    State of Connecticut Judicial Branch and The Union of Professional Judicial Employees AFT/AFT-CT, AFL-CIO July 1, 2016—June 30, 2022. TABLE OF CONTENTS ... promotion, assignment, direction and transfer of personnel; the suspen-sion, demotion, discharge or any other disciplinary action against its