Judge Elizabeth Rose Feffer received her B.A. in Communication Studies cum laude from University of California Los Angeles in 1990, her M.A. in Communication Management from University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication in 1993, and her J.D. from University of Southern California School of Law in 1993. After passing the California bar in 1993, she worked at Burke, Williams & Sorensen LLP from 1993-2004 and then at Jones & Mayer from 2005-2007. Her practice focused on defending municipalities in civil actions as well as serving as the city attorney for the City of Lomita. She was also the city prosecutor for the City of Downey, and the deputy city prosecutor for greater than a dozen cities in the counties of Los Angeles, Orange, Ventura, San Bernardino, and Riverside. She was appointed to the bench in 2007 by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. She is a republican.


Co-author of Conducting voir dire in civil trials - Daily Journal

Case Management Conferences In The Los Angeles Superior Court's Unlimited Jurisdiction Independent Calendar Courts - Advocate - July 2019

What Jurors Say After A Trial - Advocate - July 2018

Ethical Issues Involving Attorneys and Jurors - Advocate - July 2016

Checking In To Los Angeles Superior Courtrooms - Advocate - July 2015

A House for Equal Justice, From Design to Completion - Metropolitan News-Enterprise - June 2015


Covid-19 and the Courthouse - Daily Journal - June 2020

Daily Journal Happy Hour with Women Legal Pioneers - May 2020

Women Leadership in Law - California Lawyer - 2019

Legal Ethics - 2015 CAALA Vegas Convention


Los Angeles Superior Court - Courtroom Rules

The Robing Room - Hon. Elizabeth R. Feffer

Elizabeth R. Feffer - Ballotpedia

Hon. Elizabeth R. Feffer - Consumer Attorneys of California

Elizabeth R. Feffer - Advocate

Schwarzenegger Names Nine to Los Angeles Superior Court - Metropolitan News-Enterprise