The Judicial Administration Fellowship class of 2016-17 is the the 20th class of Judicial Fellows – a very significant milestone for the program. Our deepest thanks to our branch partner – the Judicial Council of California, Sacramento State, and the CSU Office of the Chancellor for the strong commitment and dedication to the program’s success year after year.
The Fellows are off to a fantastic start having just wrapped up their week-long orientation in Sacramento. Highlights of orientation included information briefings about California’s judicial branch by Martin Hoshino, Administrative Director of the Judicial Council, Zlatko Theodorovic, Chief Financial Officer (Judicial Council), Leah Rose-Goodwin, Manger, Office of Court Research (Judicial Council) and Maureen Dumas, Principle Manager for Special Projects (Judicial Council) ; completing Sacramento State’s Peak Adventures Ropes Course, a tour of California’s Capitol, and the first academic seminar.
Best of luck to the class as they begin their first day of work in placement courts and offices around the state!