"Becoming an Administrative Law Judge" by CAPAJA and CLA

  • Wednesday, March 06, 2024
  • 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • Online

 The California Asian Pacific American Judges Association (CAPAJA), in partnership with California Lawyers Association, is pleased to invite you to a FREE online program on March 6, 2024, at 5:00 p.m. This is the fourth in our series of informational panel discussions on the work of the Administrative Judiciary. Our fourth panel will feature Administrative Law Judges (ALJs) who have worked for more than one agency.

The program will cover the role of ALJs in the legal system, the wide variety of ALJ work in different agencies, the importance of diversifying the Administrative Judiciary, and the hiring process. We will be discussing the skills and attributes needed to be a successful ALJ by sharing the experiences of diverse judges from different state agencies, with varied backgrounds and levels of experience.

Our current confirmed panelists are:

  1. Hon. Isabel Lallana, California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board
  2. Hon. John Larsen, California Public Utilities Commission
  3. Hon. √Član Lambert, Alameda County Assessment Appeals Board
  4. Hon. W. Kearse McGill, California State Bar Court

Moderated by: Hon. Kimberly Kim, California Public Utilities Commission

Note: The panelists and moderator are acting in their personal capacity. The views expressed are their own and do not represent the views of the Alameda County Assessment Appeals Board, California Public Utilities Commission, California State Bar Court, and California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board. Register here!

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