Judge Robb to become first female chief judge

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Next year, the Indiana Court of Appeals will have its first woman chief judge.

Judge Margret G. Robb will take over as Chief Judge of the Court Jan. 1, 2011, following Chief Judge John G. Baker, who has been chief since March 2007. He decided not to seek another term.

Judge Robb was appointed to the Court of Appeals in July 1998 after practicing law in Lafayette for 20 years.


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