Kathryn Todd

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Kathryn Todd
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Current Court Information:
California Second District Court of Appeal
Title:   Former justice
Position:   Division Two
Salary:  $207,463
Service:
Appointed by:   Gov. Gray Davis
Active:   2000-2013
Past post:   Superior Court of Los Angeles County Judge
Past term:   1981-2000
Personal History
Born:   1942
Hometown:   California
Undergraduate:   Stanford University, 1963
Law School:   Loyola Law School, 1970

Kathryn Doi Todd was a judge on the Second District, Division Two of the California Courts of Appeal. She was appointed to this position by former Governor Davis on August 1, 2000. She was retained by the November 5, 2002 and the January 6, 2003 elections.[1][2] Todd retired from the court on January 22, 2013 after 35 years in judicial service.[3]

When she was appointed to the Los Angeles Municipal Court in 1978, she was the first Asian-American female judge in the country.[4]

Education

Justice Todd graduated with a history degree from Stanford University in 1963 and went on to graduate from Loyola Law School in 1970.[4]

Career

Justice Todd began her legal career with a general civil practice in Los Angeles. She was appointed to the Los Angeles Municipal Court by former Governor Brown in 1978. In 1981, she was appointed to the Los Angeles Superior Court.[4]

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