Ruth V. McGregor (born 1943) is a former justice of the Arizona Supreme Court.. McGregor was a justice of the state's highest court from 1998, when she was appointed to the court by Republican Governor of Arizona Jane Dee Hull until her retirement in 2009.
Chief Justice Ruth V. McGregor (Ret.) served on the Arizona Supreme Court from February 1998 until June 30, 2009. She was the Court's Chief Justice from June 2005 until her retirement. She was also a member of the Arizona Court of Appeals from 1989 until 1998, where she served as Chief Judge from 1995 to 1997.
McGregor, 66, served on the Arizona Supreme Court for nearly eleven years, including five years as chief justice. Before that, she was an appellate court judge, an attorney at Fennemore Craig, and ...
A legal clinic at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law that will help those affected by domestic violence has been named the Ruth V. McGregor Family Protection Clinic in honor of the recently retired Chief Justice of the Arizona Supreme Court, Interim Dean Douglas Sylvester announced today.
Former Arizona Chief Justice Ruth McGregor, one of the first women to serve on that state's high court, looks back on her career and emphasizes the importanc...
The Honorable Ruth V. McGregor (Co-Chair) Chief Justice Ruth V. McGregor (ret.) served on the Arizona Supreme Court from February 1998 until June 2009. She was the Court’s chief justice from 2005 until her retirement.
Chief Justice of the Arizona Supreme Court, The Honorable Ruth V. McGregor served as the second annual McAfee and Taft Jurist-in-Residence at OCU LAW. Justice McGregor…
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