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Judge Michelle Williams Court Judicial Profile

Judge Michelle Williams Court received her B.A. in sociology from Pomona College in 1988 and her J.D. from Loyola Law School in 1993. After passing the California bar in 1993, she worked as an associate for Gilbert Kelly Crowley & Jennett from 1993-1994, a project attorney for the ACLU of Southern California from 1994-1995, a litigation associate for Litt & Marquez from 1995-1999, a community builder fellow and civil rights specialist for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development from 1999-2000, and a senior associate for Milberg LLP from 2000-2002. From 2002-2011, she worked for Bet Tzedek Legal Services, first as deputy director of litigation and then as vice president and general counsel. She was appointed to the bench in 2011 by Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr., and is a democrat.



Co-author of Get Online, Not In Line - Advocate Magazine

From the Bench - Advocate Magazine

Are We There Yet? - Advocate Magazine



2006 Top 20 Under 40 - Daily Journal



Examining Trial Issues - The Rutter Group, 2020

Preserving Free Courts and a Free Press - Loyola Law School, 2019

L.A. Law: Life as a Superior Court Judge - Phi Beta Kappa Alumni in Southern California, 2014



Los Angeles Superior Court - Courtroom Rules

The Robing Room - Hon. Michelle Williams Court

Michelle Williams Court - Ballotpedia

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The Hon. Michelle Williams Court - American Law Institute

Board of Trustees - Los Angeles Law Library

Governor Appoints Six to Los Angeles County Superior Court

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