Terry Fox sits on the Colorado Court of Appeals, having been sworn in on January 7, 2011, following her September 2, 2010 appointment. From 2004-2010, she served as an assistant U.S. Attorney in Colorado, working as trial counsel to federal agencies and specializing in environmental, constitutional, and other civil matters. In addition to her legal duties, Judge Fox served on the U.S. Attorney’s Advisory Council and the Diversity Committee. Before joining the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Judge Fox was an attorney with the Colorado Attorney General’s Office, an associate with the law firm of Holland & Hart (where she practiced Environmental Law), and a clerk for Justice Craig Enoch on the Texas Supreme Court. Judge Fox serves as District 12 Director for the National Association of Women Judges (NAWJ), previously having served as the NAWJ’s Colorado Director. Her community service includes the Colorado Supreme Court’s Board of Law Examiners, and membership in the Colorado Hispanic Bar Association, which recognized her in 2006 with its Chris Miranda Outstanding Lawyer Award, and in 1997 with its Outstanding Young Lawyer Award. Judge Fox is a long time member and former board member of the Colorado Women’s Bar Association (CWBA). She previously served on Colorado Supreme Court’s Attorney Regulation Committee. In 2002 she was selected as a Marshall Memorial Fellow which allowed her to travel with other emerging American leaders to five countries in Europe. In 1989, she earned her bachelor’s degree from the Colorado School of Mines in Chemical Engineering and Petroleum Refining, and her law degree in 1993 in Houston, Texas. Judge Fox is a 1985 graduate of Brighton High School in Brighton, Colorado.