Hon. Daniel L. Stahnke
(2011 - present)
A graduate of Northwestern School of Law at Lewis and Clark College. He began a Family Law practice after working fourteen years with the Clark County Sheriff's Office. He was appointed Commissioner of Superior Court in January, 2007 and appointed as Superior Court Judge in September, 2011.
Hon. David E. Gregerson
Born and raised in Vancouver, Judge Gregerson received his B.A. from Pepperdine University and his J.D. from Vanderbilt University. He was in private practice for 20 years before being elected to the Superior Court bench in August, 2012.
Hon. John F. Nichols
(1997 - present)
Judge Nichols graduated from Gonzaga University School of Law in 1975 and admitted to the Bar the same year. He served as a District Court judge from 1994 through 1997. On May 2, 1997, he got appointed to the Superior Court judgeship.
(2012 - present)
Hon. Rich Melnick
Judge Melnick received his B.A. from Northwestern University and his J.D. from Lewis and Clark Law School.
Hon. Barbara D. Johnson
(1987 - present)
Presiding Judge Johnson received her law degree from the University of Washington Law School and was admitted to the bar in 1975. Judge Johnson was sworn in as the first female judge for Clark County on January 1987.
Hon. James E. Rulli
(1997 - present)
Judge Rulli attended Lewis and Clark law School in Oregon. He served as a court commissioner from 1992 to 1995.
Hon. Suzan L. Clark
(2013 - Present)
Judge Clark graduated from the University of Oregon College of Law in 1986. She practiced law in Washington and Oregon prior to being appointed to the bench in May, 2013.
Hon. Judge Robert Lewis
A graduate of Western Washington State College and the University of Washington Law School. He practiced law in Camas before his appointment to the court in November, 2004.
Hon. Scott A. Collier
A life long resident of Washington, Judge Collier attended Washington State University and Gonzaga University School of Law. He moved to Vancouver in 1984. He started on the bench in 1995 as a part time Court Commissioner and became a full time Court Commissioner in March 1999. He was appointed to the court as a Judge in September 2008.
Hon. Carin Schienberg
Commissioner Schienberg received her law degree from Northwestern School of Law at Lewis & Clark College in 1988 and was in private practice from 1989 through 2003 as a criminal defense and family law attorney.
In 1979, she received her M.Ed. from Lewis & Clark College and taught at the Washington School for the Deaf.
Commissioner Schienberg started on the bench, part time in 1998 and became a full time Commissioner in 2003.