|Associate Justice of the
Arizona Supreme Court
|Appointed by||Jan Brewer|
|Preceded by||Andrew Hurwitz|
|Alma mater||University of Arizona
Arizona State University College of Law
Ann A. Scott Timmer is a justice of the Arizona Supreme Court.
Prior to her appointment to the Arizona Supreme Court, Timmer was the chief judge of the Arizona Court of Appeals, Division One. She was appointed in 2000 by former Governor Jane Dee Hull. Timmer was retained to the court in 2002 and 2008.
Timmer also previously worked for private law firms in Phoenix, Arizona. She focused on commercial and employment litigation, and tried capital murder cases both as a defense attorney and as a special prosecutor.
Justice Timmer's sister, Laurie Roberts, is a columnist for the Arizona Republic. Roberts frequently writes columns that are critical of Arizona's judiciary and other aspects of Arizona government.
Timmer is married and has three daughters. Because one of her daughters is deaf, Timmer learned American Sign Language at the Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and the Blind in Tucson.
- “Working Class – What Seasoned Attorneys Will Never Tell You,” Arizona Attorney, February 2008 (cover-featured article) http://myazbar.org/AZAttorney/PDF_Articles/0208working3.pdf
- “Diversity Lunches Answer the Real Questions,” Maricopa Lawyer, December 2004 http://maricopabar.org/associations/8668/files/MLDec04.pdf (p. 14)
- “Alternative Work: Wave of the Future or Fast Track,” Arizona Attorney, May 2001 (co-author) http://www.myazbar.org/AZAttorney/PDF_Articles/altwork_501.pdf
- "Justice Ann A. Scott Timmer". www.azcourts.gov. Retrieved 2016-01-31.
- "Ann Timmer". Retrieved August 29, 2013.
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