Hon. Henry Bohnhoff New Mexico Court of Appeals

Bio:

Apart from a brief stint at the AG's office, Judge Bohnhoff has spent his legal career at Rodey, where he represented individuals, businesses and governments, on both the plaintiff and defendant sides, in real estate, commercial, estate, personal injury, professional negligence, water law, and Indian law cases.  Prior to joining Rodey, he clercked for Judge Bratton at the U.S. District Court for the District of New Mexico.

Judge Bohnhoff has been active in youth activities, serving in Cub Scout and Boy Scout adult leadership positions for over two decades, as Little League umpire for many years, and as President of the Albuquerque Youth Symphony Organization. In his spare time he enjoys running, backpacking, woodworking and watching baseball.

Education:

  • Stanford, 1978
  • J.D., Columbia University, 1982

Work history:

  • 1983-1987: Rodey Law Firm
  • 1987-1989: Chief Assistant Attorney General and Deputy Attorney General, Civil Division
  • 1989-2017: Rodey Law Firm

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Appointment History

New Mexico Court of Appeals 01/13/17 - present

Judge Bohnhoff was appointed by Gov. Martinez to fill the seat left vacant by Judge Kennedy's retirement.