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Wisconsin Judges Directory
For immediate release: Monday, October 21, 2002
GOVERNOR APPOINTS SCHERER TO SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
(St. Paul, MN) Governor Jesse Ventura today announced the appointment of John Scherer to a Seventh District trial court bench vacancy. This position is one of five new district court judgeships created by the 2001 Minnesota Legislature. The Supreme Court certified the chambers of this judgeship, which takes effect January 1, 2003, for the city of Little Falls in Morrison County. Eighteen people applied for this judicial position.
Scherer is a shareholder with the St. Cloud law firm of Rajkowski Hansmeier, Ltd. He has been an attorney with the firm and its predecessor, Donohue, Rajkowski and Hansmeier since 1981. Scherer earned his juris doctorate degree cum laude from William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul in 1981 and his bachelor of arts degree cum laude from St. John's University in Collegeville in 1977.
"John is the total package. He excelled in school, has a great reputation as a lawyer and has been active in the community as well as in legal associations," Governor Ventura said. "He is ideally-suited to be a judge."
Scherer volunteers with the Central Minnesota Legal Services Volunteer Attorney Program, and received its 2002 Seventh District Volunteer Attorney of the Year award. He is also active in the Minnesota State Bar Association, Stearns/Benton County Bar Association and the Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association, where he served as president. Scherer has also been a high school mock trial judge and a volunteer teacher and coach with the St. John's and St. Benedict's College mock trial teams and was the founder and coach of the St. Cloud Youth Hockey Association's girl's hockey program.
Scherer, 47, was born in Minneapolis and lives in St. Cloud with his wife, Jane. They have three children, Troy, 24, Ben, 20 and Liz, 18.