Judge David Rosenberg

portrait Judge RosenbergHon. David Rosenberg
Judge, Superior Court of Yolo County

Current Term:
  Sept 2012-Sept 2015
Membership: Voting member, appointed by Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye

Internal Committees: Litigation Management Committee, Vice-Chair; Policy Coordination and Liaison Committee
Council Liaison to: Colusa, Lake, Mendocino, Napa, Solano Counties; AOC Office of Judicial Branch Capital Program

 


 

Judge Rosenberg served on the senior staff of two governors and was a county supervisor, a mayor, a city council member, and a civil litigator for 19 years before his appointment to the bench in 2003. In addition to serving three consecutive terms as presiding judge of the Yolo Superior Court, Judge Rosenberg has carried a full felony trial calendar, and is a long-time member of the Court's Appellate Panel, having served two terms as Presiding Judge of that panel. In 2010-11, he was an advisory member of the Judicial Council in his capacity as Chair of the Trial Court Presiding Judges Advisory Committee. He is currently a member of the Executive and Planning Committee. In November 2012, the Chief Justice appointed him to the Trial Court Funding Work Group, a judicial and executive branch working group evaluating the progress of state-wide funding for trial courts. Judge Rosenberg has co-chaired the Trial Court Budget Working Group and served on the Joint Legislation Working Group of the Presiding Judges and Court Executives Advisory Committees, and the Judicial Recruitment and Retention Working Group. He is a former member of the Civil Law and Small Claims Advisory Committee and the CJER Criminal Law Education Committee, as well as a former faculty member of the California Judicial College. He is a member of the California Judges Association and the Alliance of California Judges, and chairs CJA's Governmental Affairs Committee, having served as a member of that committee since 2005. More >>

LIAISON Reports

As part of the Judicial Council’s efforts to increase communication and transparency and promote accountability, council members serve as liaisons to the 58 trial courts and to the major service units of the Judicial Council staff. Members with updates present their reports at Judicial Council meetings, bringing fresh perspectives on the issues and challenges facing the judicial branch.

Judge Rosenberg reports on the Superior Court of Solano County
Apr 25, 2013

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