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Judge Randolph M. Hammock Judicial Profile

Judge Randolph Martin Hammock received his B.A. magna cum laude from San Diego State University in 1980 and his J.D. from the University of San Diego in 1983. After passing the California bar in 1984, he entered private practice in Los Angeles and became a civil trial attorney. He first worked as an associate attorney practicing insurance defense at the Law Offices of Stephen J. Dimeff from 1984-1985. He then joined Chelski, Hammock & Hedges as a general partner where he practiced civil litigation and criminal defense from 1985-1995, continuing on in this role at Hammock & Hedges. In 1996, he moved into the field of consumer law and civil rights while working at the Law Offices of Richard M. Lester until 2008. He became a volunteer Temporary Judge in Los Angeles starting in 1998. During his time in private practice, he was admitted to the bars of fourteen other states, including Indiana, Idaho, Nebraska, Missouri, Utah, Colorado, South Dakota, Wyoming, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Illinois, Nevada, and Tennessee. In 2008, he was appointed as a juvenile dependency court Referee, a position he held until he was elected to the bench in 2010. He is a democrat.

 

Author

Discover What You May Not Know About the Discovery Act - Consumer Attorneys of Los Angeles, Advocate, July 2020

Common Mistakes and Pitfalls in Responses to Requests for Production of Documents - Plaintiff Magazine, July 2019

More on ballot designations and other shenanigans - The Daily Journal, March 2018

Judicial ballot reform is here - The Daily Journal, February 2018

 

Presentations

Presenter, Judicial Perspective, Basic Trial Skills - Consumer Attorneys of Los Angeles Convention, Las Vegas, September 1, 2017

 

Links

Los Angeles Superior Court - Courtroom Rules

The Robing Room - Hon. Randolph M. Hammock

Randy Hammock - Ballotpedia

Randolph Martin Hammock Judge Profile on Martindale.com

Full Biography for Randolph Martin Hammock - Smartvoter.com

Seven Candidates Seek Judicial Seat in Busiest Contest This Year - Metropolitan News-Enterprise


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