Benjamen Johnson to fill the NWJD Vacancy
School of Law
Gov. Doug Burgum has appointed Benjamen J. Johnson of Tioga to fill the Northwest Judicial District judge vacancy created by the retirement of Judge David Nelson.
Johnson is a University of North Dakota School of Law graduate and was admitted to the N.D. bar in 2008.
Six lawyers originally applied for the position.
Under Article 6, § 13, of the North Dakota Constitution, Johnson "shall continue in the position until the next general election immediately following the service of at least two years.
View Johnson's biography here.
University of North Dakota, "Benjamen Johnson to fill the NWJD Vacancy" (2017). UND News Archive. 1459.