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Open Interviews for Two NMWCA Judge Positions

The New Mexico Workers' Compensation Administration will conduct open interviews for two judge positions with the agency. One position is based in Albuquerque and the other in Las Cruces. Interviews will be open to the public for observation only; public comments must be submitted for consideration in written form. 

Interviews will take place Tuesday, February 7 and Thursday, February 9 at 2410 Centre SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106, in the Training Room (2nd floor; escort provided).

Tuesday, February 7
1:30 p.m. Thomas Dow
2:30 p.m. Minerva Camp
3:30 p.m. Alex Ospino

Thursday, February 9
12 p.m. David Skinner
1 p.m. Sonya Carrasco Trujillo*
2 p.m. Angelica Anaya Allen
3 p.m. Alesia Duran

*Tentative; updates will be provided here as needed.

No Lump-Sum Hearings on Holiday Weeks

There will be no lump-sum hearings held on holiday weeks. In 2022, there will be no lump-sum hearings on the following dates:

Friday, January 6
Friday, January 20
Friday, June 2
Friday, June 23
Friday, July 7
Friday, September 8
Friday, October 13
Friday, November 10
Friday, November 24
Friday, December 29

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To be notified of announcements and updates, email Diana.Sandoval@wca.nm.gov and request to be put on the notification list.

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For questions on news, announcements, or the Advisory Council, contact Public Information Officer Diana Sandoval-Tapia at (505) 841-6052 or email Diana Sandoval-Tapia.

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