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Ellen Gay Conroy

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Ellen Gay Conroy
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Current Court Information:
Superior Court of Ventura County, California
Title:   Former judge
Appointed by:   Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger
Active:   2008-2013
Preceded by:   Charles W. Campbell
Succeeded by:   Ferdinand P. Inumerable
Past post:   Court commissioner, Ventura County Superior Court
Past term:   2006-2008
Personal History
Party:   Democratic
Undergraduate:   University of California, Santa Barbara
Law School:   Ventura College of Law

Ellen Gay Conroy was a judge for the Superior Court of Ventura County in California. She was appointed by former governor Arnold Schwarzenegger on July 21, 2008 to succeed Charles W. Campbell. Conroy was re-elected in 2010 and retired in 2013.[1][2][3][4]


Conroy received a bachelor's degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara and a J.D. from Ventura College of Law.[2]


2010 election

Conroy won the primary election with 65 percent of the vote. She was re-elected after running unopposed.[5]

Main article: California Superior Court judicial elections, 2010 (S-Y)

Bar ranking

Conroy was rated as "Exceptionally Well Qualified" by the Ventura County Bar Association prior to the primary election.[6]

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