Administrative Law Judges Panel

  • 10 Jun 2021
  • 5:00 PM
  • YouTube


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AABA Public Law and Judiciary Committees and California Asian Pacific American Judges Association present "Administrative Law Judges: What Do They Do? How Do I Become One?" Administrative law judges are an important part of local, state, and the federal government. Join us for an online panel and Q&A on what ALJs do, and what it takes to become one.

This event is eligible for 1 hour of California MCLE credit.

Written Materials:

Moderator: Dorothy Chou Proudfoot, Administrative Law Judge, San Francisco Rent Board


  • Jennifer Gee, (ret’d) District Chief Judge, U.S. Department of Labor
  • Susan L. Formaker, Division Chief Presiding ALJ, Office of Administrative Hearings
  • Kristin Rosi, Chief Administrative Law Judge, California Department of Insurance
  • Susan F. Lee, Administrative Law Judge, California Public Utilities Commission

* Special After-Event Q&A at 6:30 PM: Attendees are invited to an after-event Q&A session on Zoom with Jennifer Gee and Susan Lee. Zoom link will be provided during the event and to registered attendees by email.

All paid AABA members can register for our CLE or many other events for free. Join now to enjoy this member only benefit!

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