Adjunct Instructor of Management
Judge, Iowa Court of Appeals
JD, Drake University; B.A. (Criminology/Political Science/Economics) Illinois State University.
Law; Legal and Social Environment of Business
Thomas Bower is a judge on the Iowa Court of Appeals and was previously a Black Hawk County District Court Judge. He has over 20years of law experience, including experience as the Assistant City Attorney for the city of Ames and the Assistant Black Hawk County Attorney. He is a member of the Iowa Judges Association, the Black Hawk County Bar, and the Iowa Bar. He also further serves the profession as a member of the Black Hawk/Grundy Coalition Against Domestic Violence, the Iowa Supreme Court Task Force on Domestic Abuse, the Iowa Supreme Court Committee to Review Child Support Guidelines, and the Black Hawk County Adult Drug Court Program.
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