Loretta Rush will continue to serve as Chief Justice of the Indiana Supreme Court for another five years.
The state’s Judicial Nominating Commission officially reappointed her Wednesday.
Rush’s reappointment as chief justice was a foregone conclusion as the commission formally met with each member of the five-person court. The other justices talked about challenges the court system faces and praised Rush for her leadership.
Justice Christopher Goff called the chief a "stellar attorney" and a "stellar person," noting, in particular, her humility.