Court names Juroszek Reporter of Decisions

John O. Juroszek has been named Reporter of Decisions for the Michigan Supreme Court and Michigan Court of Appeals, the Supreme Court announced today.

Chief Justice Marilyn Kelly said that Juroszek "brings a wide range of experience to this important position, including six years as Legal Editor working under the Reporter of Decisions. The Court is pleased to have someone of his expertise as Reporter."

The Reporter of Decisions is responsible for editing and publishing decisions of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals. The Reporter also publishes Michigan court rules, evidence rules, and Supreme Court administrative orders.

As legal editor, Juroszek was responsible for editing Supreme Court and Court of Appeals opinions. Before joining the Reporter of Decisions office, he was a prehearing attorney and law clerk with the Court of Appeals, then joined the Lansing law firm of Loomis, Ewert, Ederer, Parsley, Davis & Gotting, P.C. He subsequently served as legal counsel to the Legislative Service Bureau.

Juroszek's undergraduate degree is from Michigan State University, where he majored in geology and also earned a master's degree in chemistry. He received his law degree from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 1984.

Juroszek, who has served as an adjunct professor at Cooley Law School, is a member of the Association of Reporters of Judicial Decisions. He is also a member of the Publications and Website Advisory Committee of the State Bar of Michigan.

He resides in Haslett with his wife Christine.

Published: Tue, Nov 2, 2010