Judy Johnson was inducted on February 1, 2013. She has been named as one of 20 “Women Leaders in Law” by The Recorder in 2011. Last year she came out of retirement and accepted an appointment by Governor Brown to the Contra Costa County Superior Court.
After graduating from King Hall School of Law at UC Davis, Judy became a legal aid attorney in Oakland, and soon after was appointed as Assistant District Attorney for the city and county of San Francisco. In 2000, Judy took the position as the State Bar’s executive director and served for 11 years, the longest that the position has been held in California history.
Judy is also extensively involved in community affairs as the elected board president for the California Consumer Protection Foundation.
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