Gov. Martinez appoints Henry “Hank” Bohnhoff to the NM Court of Appeals

This afternoon Governor Martinez announced the appointment of Henry “Hank” Bohnhoff to fill the seat on the New Mexico Court of Appeals vacated by Judge Roderick Kennedy.

Mr. Bohnhoff is a highly-regarded lawyer and has enjoyed a distinguished career for over 30 years. He graduated from Stanford University in 1978, and from Columbia Law School in 1982. He clerked for Chief Judge Howard C. Bratton of the federal district court here in New Mexico, and then served as Chief Assistant and Deputy Attorney General for the State of New Mexico from 1987 to 1989.

Since then, he has practiced law at the Rodey Law Firm in Albuquerque, where he has focused on commercial and real estate litigation, with particular expertise in land use and zoning. The people of New Mexico are fortunate that they will now enjoy his services on the Court of Appeals.

Once he takes office, Mr. Bohnhoff will be required to run in a partisan race in the 2018 general election.

Congratulations to Judge Bohnhoff!

 

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