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Sharon Reardon

San Francisco Law School alumna Sharon Reardon has been appointed to the San Francisco Superior Court by Governor Jerry Brown.

Reardon has served as an assistant district attorney in the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office since 1998. She previously was an associate at the law office of James P. Collins, who is now a San Francisco County Superior Court judge. Reardon earned a law degree from San Francisco Law School and a B.A. from Santa Clara University. She fills the vacancy created by the elevation of Judge Marla J. Miller to the state Court of Appeal.

We congratulate Judge Reardon on this outstanding accomplishment.

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