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Tara M. Flanagan

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Tara M. Flanagan
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Current Court Information:
Superior Court of Alameda County, California
Title:   Judge
Position:   Office 20
Salary:  $
Active:   2013-2019
Personal History
Undergraduate:   Cal State Northridge
Law School:   Southwestern Law School
Candidate 2012:
Candidate for:  Alameda County Superior Court
State:  California
Election information 2012:
Incumbent:  No
Primary date:  June 5, 2012
Primary vote:  50.75%ApprovedA
Election vote:  ApprovedA

Tara M. Flanagan is a judge on the Superior Court of Alameda County in California. She was elected to the court in 2012 to a term expiring in January 2019.


Flanagan received her undergraduate degree from Cal State Northridge and her J.D. from Southwestern Law School.[1]


Flanagan began her legal career in private practice and currently practices privately. She has also served as a prosecutor in Los Angeles and a legal-assistance attorney for a nonprofit.[2]

2012 election

Flanagan received 50.75% of the vote in the primary election on June 5, winning the election.[3]

See also: California judicial elections, 2012


Flanagan was endorsed by the Alameda County Democratic Party.[2]

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