Fuller appointed to Ohio Judicial College Board


Randall D. Fuller, judge of the Delaware County Common Pleas Court, Domestic Relations Division, has been appointed to the Ohio Judicial College Board of Trustees. The appointment is for a three-year term.

Fuller was nominated to serve on the Ohio Judicial College Board of Trustees by the Ohio Association of Domestic Relations Judges and was appointed to the board by Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor.

Fuller stated, “The Ohio Judicial College does an excellent job providing important and educational information to judicial officers, court personnel and guardians.” He noted, “I have enjoyed working with the Ohio Judicial College staff. It is an honor to be appointed to the Board of Trustees for the Ohio Judicial College.”

The Board of Trustees of the Ohio Judicial College advises the Supreme Court of Ohio regarding judicial branch education matters and the operations of the Judicial College. The board consists of 10 members plus the chief justice. The membership consists of seven judges nominated by the various judicial associations, one magistrate appointed by the Ohio Association of Magistrates, and two judges appointed by the chief justice.

Also, according to its website, the Supreme Court of Ohio Judicial College was created in 1976. It provides continuing legal and professional education for judges, magistrates, acting judges, and non-judicial court personnel to ensure the effective administration of justice for all Ohioans. In addition, the Judicial College offers education for guardians ad litem and guardians of adults. Working in partnership with all state judicial associations, the Judicial College provides continuing legal education for its members.

Fuller also serves on the Executive Committee of the Ohio Association of Domestic Relation Judges, currently serving as president-elect. He is a member of the Executive Committee of the Ohio Judicial Conference and serves on several Ohio Judicial Conference Committees, including Domestic Relations Law and Procedure, Court Technology, and the Judicial Advisory Group. Fuller recently completed his second term as president of the Ohio Chapter of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC).

Fuller has presented on several topics on behalf of the Ohio Judicial College to domestic relations judges and magistrates and assisted with training of new judges. He has testified before the Ohio House of Representatives, Civil Justice Committee, and the Ohio Senate, Judiciary Committee, on behalf of the Ohio Judicial Conference.

Fuller, a native of Delaware County, graduated from Buckeye Valley High School, The Ohio State University and the University of Toledo, College of Law. In 2017, he became the first judge of Delaware County’s newly unified Common Pleas Court, Domestic Relations Division.


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