Ten attorneys have applied for an associate circuit judgeship in Clay County.
The 7th Circuit Judicial Commission said seven women and three men applied for the vacancy created by the recent elevation of Judge David Chamberlain to a circuit judgeship.
The commission said the pool includes two minority applicants. Three applicants work in the private sector and seven work in the public sector. The average age of the applicants is 41.7 years.
The commission will conduct public interviews with the applicants on March 5 at the Clay County Courthouse in Liberty and send a panel of three finalists to Gov. Mike Parson, who will have 60 days to make the appointment.
The applicants are Angela M. Atkinson, Sophia R. Bond, Anthony M. Kagay, Shayla M. Lewis Marshall, Calan T. McConkey, Jeanne C. McNabney, Alisha D. O’Hara, Sherrill P. Roberts, Kelly J. Rosine Ruark and Shannon J. Ryser.