Please join us for our annual recognition celebration where we will be honoring two extraordinary judicial officers.

Commissioner Winston Keh ’99 is a graduate of our Woodland Hills campus.  He was appointed to the bench in December, 2015.  Before that he was a civil litigator with extensive trial experience, and served as a Judge Pro Tem in Los Angeles County Superior Court and as a Settlement Officer in Glendale Superior Court.  He is the former president of the Philippine American Bar Association (PABA) and is currently on their advisory board.

Marsha Slough is not an alumna, but her focus on building a partnership with La Verne Law and the San Bernardino Judiciary has made her a very good friend of the college.  She was appointed by Governor Jerry Brown as an Associate Justice of the Court of Appeal for the State of California in December 2015.  Before that, she had been Presiding Judge of San Bernardino Superior Court since 2012.   Justice Slough is involved in statewide judicial branch governance issues.

She currently serves as the Chair of the Statewide Technology Committee, and serves as an Advisory member of the California Judicial Council. She was appointed as Chair of the Trial Court Presiding Judges Advisory Committee, served on the Trial Court Budget Working Group, and was appointed by the Chief Justice to the Technology Task Force.

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