Supreme Court Hires New Director of the Judicial College
There’s a new leader in charge of educational programs and activities for Ohio judges. The Ohio Supreme Court welcomes Christy Tull as its Director of the Judicial College. Tull begins her new duties on March 1.
Tull is no stranger to the Supreme Court as she has worked with the Judicial College since 1997. She most recently has served as the College’s interim director since Sept. 1, 2014, and prior to that she served as Manager of Curriculum Development.
“I am appreciative of the opportunity to serve as director alongside a fantastic team of colleagues as we continue to serve the judiciary and public,” Tull said.
Tull has more than 27 years of education experience. Prior to coming to the court, she worked at the Center for Law-Related Education and the Legislative Office of Education Oversight.
“Christy’s extensive experience in judicial education makes her the perfect fit as director for the Judicial College,” Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor said. “We are pleased that she’s continuing to lead this division for the court.”
Tull received her bachelor’s degree in speech communication from Albion College and her master’s degree in public policy and management from The Ohio State University. She also holds the Certified Court Manager credentials from the Institute for Court Management.