Primos has been a private practice lawyer in Dover
WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor John Carney on Thursday announced his nomination to appoint Dover attorney Noel Primos to serve as a Delaware Superior Court Judge in Kent County.
The Delaware Senate must approve the Governor’s nomination.
“Noel is a long-time Dover lawyer who is well respected inside and outside of the legal community,” said Governor Carney. “It is my pleasure to nominate him to serve on the Delaware Superior Court, and I look forward to the Delaware Senate considering his nomination.”
Primos has been an attorney at the Dover law firm Schmittinger and Rodriguez since 1992. His practice focuses on civil litigation, including employment law, construction law, and personal injury. He also practices municipal law, and has served as the attorney for the Kent County Board of Adjustment.
Primos holds a bachelor’s degree from Vanderbilt University and earned his law degree at Yale University.