Jennifer E. Nashold
Original short description: "American judge, Wisconsin Court of Appeals"
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Early life and education
After graduating law school, she served as a law clerk for Justice Miriam Shearing of the Supreme Court of Nevada and then–Judge Jesse Walters of the Idaho Court of Appeals. From 1996 to 1997, she served as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney.
From 2004 to 2007, Nashold served as Commissioner and Chairperson of the Wisconsin Tax Appeals Commission. From 2007 to 2010 she served as General Counsel in the Wisconsin Public Service Commission. From 2010 to 2011 she served as Chief Legal Counsel in the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families. Until her election to the Court of Appeals she served as an Administrative Law Judge in the Wisconsin Department of Administration, Division of Hearings and Appeals.
In 2019, Nashold was the lone candidate for Judge of the Wisconsin Court of Appeals in the Madison-based District IV. She was elected to office April 2, 2019, replacing retiring judge Paul Lundsten, who had served nearly 20 years on the court.
- "Court of Appeals Judges - Judge Jennifer E. Nashold". https://www.wicourts.gov/courts/appeals/judges/nashold.htm.
- "Attorney Information - Jennifer Elise Nashold". https://www.wisbar.org/directories/pages/lawyerprofile.aspx?Memberid=1023575.
- "Final list of Madison-area candidates running in the 2019 spring elections" (in en). January 3, 2019. https://madison.com/news/local/govt-and-politics/final-list-of-madison-area-candidates-running-in-the-spring/article_c18cfc35-4329-5860-8469-2377d7fe9710.html.
- "April election results". April 4, 2019. https://themonroetimes.com/local-news/april-election-results/.