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Judges and Judiciary,
Community News

Feb. 3, 2023

Judicial college honors 6 jurists for diversity

The National Judicial College is celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2023 with special programs scheduled in Miami, New York City, Seattle, Las Vegas, and Reno, NV.

From left are Justice Monica M. Marquez of the Colorado Supreme Court; Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Holly J. Fujie; U.S. District Court Judge Sunshine S. Sykes of Riverside; and U.S. District Court Judge Esther Salas of New Jersey. Courtesy of The National Judicial College

Six judges from across the nation who represent diversity in the judiciary were honored by The National Judicial College with awards for Making the World a More Just Place.

The event took place in Beverly Hills on Jan. 19. Among the honored were Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Holly J. Fujie, who has held several leadership positions in the California legal community, and U.S. District Court Judge Sunshine S. Sykes of Riverside, o...

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