Alisha Ruffin May

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Alisha Ruffin May (born c. 1976) is a domestic relations judge for the 10th Judicial Circuit of Alabama.

Ruffin May earned her bachelor's degree at the University of Alabama, and a juris doctorate from the University of Alabama School of Law. She has practiced as an attorney and also served as a trial referee in the Jefferson County Family Court. She is also active in leadership at Liberty Missionary Baptist Church.

Ruffin May handily won the 2022 Democratic primary for Place 20, in the domestic relations division of the Circuit Court, and faced no opposition in the November general election.

Meanwhile, Ruffin May was one of three nominees put forth by the Jefferson County Judicial Commission in 2022 to fill the vacant seat left by the removal of Nakita Blocton by the Alabama Court of the Judiciary. Governor Kay Ivey appointed her to the seat on October 21.


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