Principal / Mediator Terry White Is the New Chair of 7th Circuit Judicial Nominating Committee

UWWM Founding Partner Terry White

One of Upchurch Watson White & Max's founding partners, Terrence M. "Terry" White, has been elected to chair the Judicial Nominating Commission serving Florida's 7th Judicial Circuit, which covers Volusia, Flagler, St. Johns and Putnam counties.

Gov. Ron DeSantis appointed members to the state's judicial nominating commissions earlier this summer, and the members of the local circuit's commission met on Sept. 2, 2022, to elect Mr. White, who is based in Ormond Beach and is a returning member of the commission. Other members are:

  • Vice Chair Andrew Morgan of Canan Law in St. Augustine, the commission's immediate past chair
  • L. Charlene Matthews of the Office of the Attorney General in Daytona Beach
  • Raven E. Sword of Livingston & Sword P.A. in Palm Coast
  • Certified Public Accountant Mark P. Stanton of Palatka
  • Kelly Parsons Kwiatek, an attorney with Halifax Health in Daytona Beach
  • Travis D. Mydock of Mydock Law in St. Augustine
  • John K. Reid of the 7th Circuit State Attorney's Office in Daytona Beach.

The 7th Judicial Circuit JNC will review and submit to Gov. DeSantis a short list of nominees to fill the vacancy that will be created by the upcoming retirement of Circuit Judge Margaret W. Hudson, who was appointed to the bench in 2006 by Gov. Jeb Bush. It is further anticipated the 7th Circuit JNC will also help to select several new judges within the next two calendar years.






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