Inslee appoints Jacquelyn High-Edward to Spokane County Superior Court
Gov. Jay Inslee announced today the appointment of Jacquelyn High-Edward to the Spokane County Superior Court. She will replace Judge Maryann Moreno, who is retiring on June 30.
High-Edward currently serves as a Spokane County Superior Court commissioner, a role she has held the last four years. As court commissioner, High-Edward manages daily dockets including family law, dependency, protection orders, truancy, guardianship, ex parte, at-risk youth, involuntary treatment, and child support.
High-Edward earned her bachelor’s degree from Western Washington University. She received a master’s degree from Washington State University in criminal justice. She obtained her law degree from Gonzaga School of Law.