Gov. Reynolds appoints Julie Schumacher to the Court of Appeals

DES MOINES– Gov. Kim Reynolds today announced her appointment of Julie Schumacher as a judge of the Iowa Court of Appeals.

Schumacher, of Schleswig, Iowa, currently serves as a district court judge in Judicial Election District 3B. She has previously served as a district associate judge, an assistant county attorney for Crawford County, and an assistant city attorney for Denison. She also engaged in the private practice of law in Denison for nearly twenty years. Schumacher received her undergraduate degree from the University of South Dakota and her law degree from Creighton University School of Law.

The Iowa Court of Appeals is Iowa’s intermediate appellate court. It is composed of nine judges and decides appeals from district courts across Iowa.

Schumacher fills the vacancy created by the retirement of Iowa Court of Appeals Chief Judge Gayle Nelson Vogel of Spirit Lake.

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