Justice Courtney Hudson seeks re-election to Supreme Court

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Arkansas Supreme Court Justice Courtney Hudson announced Tuesday (Sept. 5) that she will seek a new term in 2024. Hudson is serving her second term in Position 3 having been re-elected in 2018.

Arkansas Supreme Court justices are elected in statewide, nonpartisan elections.

“I believe in the rule of law and ensuring the defense of our Constitution. I am eager to continue my service to the people of Arkansas as a justice on the Arkansas Supreme Court,” she said.

Hudson began her service on the Arkansas Supreme Court in 2011 and was last re-elected in 2018.

She serves as the Supreme Court supervising justice to the Office of Professional Conduct where attorneys face disciplinary complaints. Before being elected to the Arkansas Supreme Court, Justice Hudson served as a judge on the Arkansas Court of Appeals from 2009-2011.

Hudson is a graduate of Harrison High School, the University of Arkansas, and the University of Arkansas School of Law. She resides in Fayetteville with her three children.

The election will be held March 5, 2024.

Three sitting Supreme Court Justices have announced for the Chief Justice position. They are Justices Karen Baker, Barbara Webb, and Rhonda Wood.