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A News Maker Briefing with Administrative Office of Courts - Thursday, July 10 2008

Californian Supreme Court Chief Justice Ronald M. George Administrating Justice in Global Society

Posted: Jul 02, 2008

When: Thursday July 10, 08
10:00 11:30am

Where: Judicial Council Conference Center, Sequoia Room
455 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco, CA

Who: Californian Supreme Court Chief Justice Ronald M. George

 Impact of budget cuts on court services
 Growing need for court interpreters
 Ruling on same-sex marriage
 More diversity on the bench

Biography:

Chief Justice Ronald M. George was recently in the news as the author of the Supreme Courts ruling on same-sex marriage. He was appointed to the Supreme Court of California by Gov. Pete Wilson on July 29. 1991. A graduate of Stanford Law School (1964) and Princeton University, Judge George is married, with three children. Prior to his appointment to the Supreme Court, he served on Californias lower courts for 30 years. He is particularly proud of having been appointed or elevated to the courts by four governors of entirely different backgrounds and philosophies.


RSVP by July 8: Dana Levine
415-503-4170 or dlevine@newamericamedia.org
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