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Replacement appointed for judge retiring from state Superior Court

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  • Updated: September 29, 2016
  • Published February 6, 2011

Gov. Sean Parnell has appointed Gregory Miller to a state Superior Court judge's position in Anchorage. Miller is filling a vacancy created by the retirement of Judge Stephanie Joannides. Miller, of Anchorage, has practiced law for 22 years and is in private practice with Birch Horton Bittner & Cherot, the governor's office said. He has experience in civil, criminal, and administrative law as a litigation attorney. Miller received his law degree from Northeastern University.

Superior Court judges handle civil and criminal cases, and appeals from district courts and some administrative agencies.

Anchorage Daily News /