Friday, Dec. 21, 2018
LANSING, Mich. – Gov. Rick Snyder today appointed Annemarie Lepore, of Shelby Township, to the 41-A District Court in the City of Sterling Heights.
“Annemarie has an excellent reputation among her peers,” Snyder said. “I am confident she will serve the community with distinction as a district court judge.”
Lepore is a 2005 undergraduate of Oakland University and a 2008 graduate of the University of Detroit-Mercy Law School. Since 2009, she has worked for Aloia & Associates where she handles civil litigation and municipal law, among other practice areas. She currently serves as the firm’s domestic litigation and criminal practice manager. Since January 2017, she has served as assistant general counsel to the Macomb County Department of Public Works.
Lepore is the president of the Women Lawyers of Michigan-Macomb Region, and she is on the board of directors for the Macomb County Bar Association and the Macomb County Bar Foundation. She is an organizer of the Macomb Charitable Foundation, and also volunteers for the American Cancer Society and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society Michigan Chapter.
Lepore fills the vacancy created by the resignation of Judge Michael Maceroni. She must seek election in November 2020 for a full term.