Gov. Appoints Gurley to District Court Judgeship

Curtis Raymond Gurley currently works as the General Counsel for Aztec Well Family of Companies. He has 30 years of legal experience in New Mexico.

From the Governor's Office:

April 3, 2019

Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Tuesday announced a selection for a vacancy on the Eleventh Judicial District Court.


– Curtis Raymond Gurley: Eleventh Judicial District


Curtis Raymond Gurley currently works as the General Counsel for Aztec Well Family of Companies. He has 30 years of legal experience in New Mexico. Currently, he serves as the chair of the Disciplinary Board of the New Mexico Supreme Court and has been on multiple Judicial Nominating Commissions. Gurley graduated from University of Missouri School of Law in 1989 and was admitted to the New Mexico bar that same year. He was admitted to Missouri and Colorado bar in 1990 and 1998 respectively.

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