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News - February 5, 2014

Elizabeth Hill appointed judge

Elizabeth H. Hill, 38, of Redwood City has been appointed to a judgeship in San Mateo Superior Court by Governor Jerry Brown.

She fills a vacancy created by the retirement of J. James Ellis. Compensation for the position is $181, 292 a year.

Judge Hill holds a juris doctor degree from Stanford Law School and master's and bachelor's degrees from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland.

She served as a commissioner in San Mateo County Superior Court from 2010 to 2013.


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