The District of Columbia Commission on Selection and Tenure has appointed a new administrative law judge, Repunzelle Bullock, to a two-year term at the Office of Administrative Hearings. At the end of two years, she may seek reappointment for an additional six years. She was sworn in as administrative law judge at the agency in September, 2018.
Prior to her appointment, Administrative Law Judge Bullock spent 17 years practicing law with an emphasis on labor and employment law. She has worked in a variety of industries including: healthcare, higher-education, and local government. In August 2007, Judge Bullock joined the District of Columbia Office of Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining (OLRCB). During her 11 years at OLRCB, Judge Bullock handled numerous arbitration and unfair labor practice cases and successfully negotiated successor collective bargaining agreements for various District of Columbia government agencies. Judge Bullock served in a number of positions at OLRCB including Attorney Advisor, Supervisory Attorney Advisor (Negotiations) and most recently as the Director of the agency. Judge Bullock earned her undergraduate degree in Public Administration from San Diego State University. She received her law degree from the George Washington University School of Law in May 1998.