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Judge Georgia M. Curio served as the assignment judge of the judicial district consisting of Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem counties in Southern New Jersey from July 2005 through her retirement in June 2017.


As assignment judge, her responsibility included oversight of all judicial operations in those counties including all superior court operations and over 29 municipal courts, administering a nearly $41 million-dollar budget and responsibility for almost 600 court employees.  Judge Curio lives in Vineland, New Jersey and graduated from Glassboro State College in 1977 and Rutgers School of Law (Camden) in 1980.  Prior to taking the bench in 1995, she was in the private practice of law with a concentration in personal injury and general litigation and was designated a certified civil trial attorney by the New Jersey Supreme Court.

Judge Curio served in all trial divisions including five years in the civil division hearing complex matters including personal injury, business, construction, products liability and professional malpractice. As assignment judge, in addition to her administrative duties, Judge Curio heard cases involving probate, land use and review of governmental actions. 

​Each of the fifteen judicial districts in New Jersey is administered by an assignment judge appointed by the Chief Justice to be the Chief Judicial Officer.  Judge Curio was one of those fifteen and served on judicial council and a number of statewide committees concerning various judicial policy and operational issues. 

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