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Judy L. McMahon

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Judy L. McMahon
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Current Court Information:
Ninth Circuit, South Carolina
Title:   Family court judge
Service:
Active:   1983-2016
Past position:   Attorney in private practice
Past position 2:   Municipal court judge, City of Charleston
Past term 2:   1978-1983
Personal History
Undergraduate:   Winthrop College, 1966
Law School:   University of South Carolina, 1967
Grad. School:   Florida State University, 1976

Judy L. McMahon is a family court judge for the Ninth Judicial Circuit in South Carolina.[1] She was first elected to the court by the South Carolina General Assembly in February 1983 and was most recently re-elected on February 3, 2010.[2][3] Her current term expires on June 30, 2016.[4]

Education

McMahon received her undergraduate degree from Winthrop College in 1966, her master's degree from Florida State University in 1967, and her J.D. from the University of South Carolina in 1976.[2]

Career

Before her election to the court, McMahon worked as an attorney in private practice in Charleston, South Carolina. She also previously served as a municipal court judge for the City of Charleston from 1978 to 1983.[2]

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