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Judges and Judiciary,
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Jun. 1, 2021

Statewide judicial mentor program planned on LA model

In an effort to expand diversity on the bench, the governor’s judicial appointments secretary, Luis Céspedes, formed an executive committee to help roll out a statewide program likely modeled after the already established mentorship program in Los Angeles County.

Gov. Gavin Newsom is expected to announce a statewide judicial mentorship program next month, allowing for sitting judges to mentor attorneys seeking judicial appointment.

In an effort to expand diversity on the bench, the governor's judicial appointments secretary, Luis Céspedes, formed an executive committee to help roll out a statewide program likely modeled after the already established mentorship program in Los Angeles County. ...

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