Richard C. Bosson

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Richard C. Bosson is a justice of the New Mexico Supreme Court. He was appointed in 2002. He had served as a judge on the New Mexico Court of Appeals between 1994 and 2002.

Education[edit]

Bosson graduated in 1966 from Wesleyan University and received his J.D. in 1969 from Georgetown University Law Center. In 1998 Justice Bosson received a Masters Degree in Judicial Process from the University of Virginia School of Law.[1]

Legal work[edit]

He is a founding member of the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund in Albuquerque from 1970-74. Thereafter, Justice Bosson was with the New Mexico Attorney General’s Office in the Consumer Protection Division and as Director of the Civil Division from 1976-78. Entering private law practice in Santa Fe, Justice Bosson was a Senior Partner of Bosson & Canepa, P.A. in Santa Fe from 1981-94. During his years as a private attorney, Justice Bosson served as Bond Counsel for the State of New Mexico and the City of Santa Fe; New Mexico Commissioner of Banking; and a member of the New Mexico Constitution Revision Commission in 1994-95.[1]

Personal life[edit]

Bosson has been married to his wife, Gloria, since 1971 and they have two children, Christopher and Monica.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Biography". Retrieved September 4, 2013.