NAWCJ

MAY 2021 MEMBER NEWS



  • THE INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION OF ARIZONA WELCOMES JUDGE CATHLEEN FULLER

Judge Cathleen Fuller has been appointed as an Administrative Law Judge to handle workers’ compensation cases in the Tucson Arizona Office of the Industrial Commission of Arizona.  Judge Fuller has spent her career in public service.  Before law school, she worked in management at a nonprofit agency, and since then, as a clerk at the state court of appeals—where she helped draft decisions in all types of cases, including workers’ compensation—and as an assistant state attorney general, representing government agencies on appeal.  Judge Fuller is honored to continue serving the people of her state in her new role as an ALJ.

 

  • SAWCA PRESIDENT AND NAWCJ BOARD MEMBER BECK REAPPOINTED TO THE SOUTH CAROLINA WORKERS’ COMPENSATION COMMISSION

Columbia, SC (WorkersCompensation.com) – The South Carolina State Senate this week reappointed T. Scott Beck to the South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Commission for a term that continues to June 30, 2026.  Beck was also reappointed as Chairman of the S.C. Workers’ Compensation Commission for a term beginning July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2022.

Beck was first appointed to the Commission in 2008 and has served as Chairman since 2010.  He graduated with a BS degree from Penn State and received his JD degree from the USC School of Law.  Prior to joining the Commission, he served in various positions in law enforcement and as an Assistant Attorney General.  Commissioner Beck served as a City Councilman in North Augusta, S.C. and was elected to the SC House of Representatives, 1996-2000.  He is a member of the Boards of the National Association of Workers’ Compensation Judiciary and the Southern Association of Workers’ Compensation Administrators.

 

  • SAVE THE DATE

National Association of Workers’ Compensation Judiciary College

December 13-15, 2021

Orlando, Florida

The WCI Conference and NAWCJ Judicial College have been moved to December.  Save the date to enjoy the cooler temperatures of Florida, while enjoying the comradery of fellow workers’ compensation judges and participating in numerous workers’ compensation educational sessions.

Stay tuned for more information in the Lex & Verum or by visiting www.nawcj.org