Arizona Supreme Court - Chief Justices

Chief Justices

  • Alfred Franklin - 01/1912 to 12/1914
  • Henry D. Ross - 1/1915 to 12/1916
  • Alfred Franklin - 01/1917 to 12/1917
  • Donald L. Cunningham - 01/1918 to 12/1920
  • Henry D. Ross - 1/1921 to 12/1922
  • Archibald G. McAlister - 1/1923 to 12/1926
  • Henry D. Ross - 1/1927 to 12/1928
  • Alfred C. Lockwood - 1/1929 to 12/1930
  • Archibald G. McAlister - 1/1931 to 12/1932
  • Henry D. Ross - 1/1933 to 12/1934
  • Alfred C. Lockwood - 1/1935 to 12/1936
  • Archibald G. McAlister - 1/1937 to 12/1938
  • Henry D. Ross - 1/1939 to 12/1940
  • Alfred C. Lockwood - 1/1941 to 12/1942
  • Archibald G. McAlister - 1/1943 to 12/1944
  • Henry D. Ross - 1/1945 to 2/1945
  • R.C. Stanford - 2/1945 to 12/1948
  • Arthur T. LaPrade - 1/1949 to 12/1950
  • Levi Stewart Udall - 1/1951 to 12/1952
  • R.C. Stanford - 1/1953 to 12/1953
  • Marlin T. Phelps - 1/1954 to 12/1954
  • Arthur T. LaPrade - 1/1955 to 12/1956
  • Levi Stewart Udall - 1/1957 to 12/1958
  • Marlin T. Phelps - 1/1959 to 12/1959
  • Fred C. Struckmeyer Jr. - 1/1960 to 12/1961
  • Charles C. Bernstein - 1/1962 to 12/1963
  • Jesse Addison Udall - 1/1964 to 12/1964
  • Lorna E. Lockwood - 1/1965 to 12/1965 (First female chief justice in the United States)
  • Fred C. Struckmeyer Jr. - 1/1966 to 12/1966
  • Charles C. Bernstein - 1/1967 to 12/1967
  • Ernest W. McFarland - 1/1968 to 12/1968
  • Jesse Addison Udall - 1/1969 to 12/1969
  • Lorna E. Lockwood - 1/1970 to 12/1970
  • Fred C. Struckmeyer Jr. - 1/1971 to 12/1971
  • Jack D.H. Hays - 1/1972 to 12/1974
  • James Duke Cameron - 1/1975 to 12/1979
  • Fred C. Struckmeyer Jr. - 1/1980 to 12/1981
  • William A. Holohan - 1/1982 to 1/1987
  • Frank X. Gordon Jr. - 1/1987 to 1/1992
  • Stanley G. Feldman - 1/1992 to 1/1997
  • Thomas A. Zlaket - 1/1997 to 1/2002
  • Charles E. Jones - 1/2002 to 6/11/2005
  • Ruth V. McGregor - 6/12/2005 to 6/30/2009
  • Rebecca White Berch - 7/1/2009 to Present

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