HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania — Pennsylvania Supreme Court Chief Justice Debra Todd announced Tuesday that Pennsylvania Chief Justice Jeff Moulton will step down on Sept. 30 after seven years in the Pennsylvania judiciary. .
The office of state court administrator is set forth in the state constitution and heads the administrative office of the Pennsylvania state courts. Moulton will be replaced by current Deputy Chief Justice Andrea Tuominen.
“On behalf of the Court, I would like to express my sincere gratitude and appreciation for Jeff’s dedication and dedication to public service and justice,” Todd said.
After serving as a Supreme Court attorney, “Jeff became a court administrator in the early days of the pandemic and successfully guided us through further challenges and uncertainties. , the court system remained open and open to the public. We thank him for his professionalism and integrity and wish him and his family the best of luck as they transition into their well-deserved retirement.”
Todd said the court looks forward to working with Tuominen, who has worked in the court’s administrative office for 30 years.
“No one is more prepared to step into this important position than Andrea,” Todd said. It will help users.”
Tuominen joined the court system in 1992 and has since served as Special Assistant to the Court Administrator, Assistant Court Administrator and most recently Deputy Court Administrator.
She is an active member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and has served as Co-Chair of the Women’s Professionals Committee and various executive committee positions. She won her PBA’s Government Lawyer of the Year award in 2019.
Tuominen holds a LL.B. from Villanova University School of Law and a BA in English and Philosophy from Skidmore College.
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