Joanne C. Parrilli

Title:Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, First Appellate District, Division Three

Judicial Positions:

    Present: Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, First Appellate District, Division Three; appointed March 15, 1995, re-elected 1998.

Prior Positions:

    Superior Court, Alameda County, September 1988, re-elected 1990.

    Oakland Municipal Court, October 1985, re-elected 1986.

Educational/Scholastic Achievements:

    Graduate, San Francisco State, 1971,magna cum laude

    Graduate, University of San Francisco, School of Law, 1974

Judicial Activities and Associations:

    Member, Judicial Council, 1991-1993

    Chair, Rules and Forms Committee, 1993

    Court Technology Advisory Committee, 1997-2002; Chair, 2001-2002

American Bar Association

    Executive Committee:National Conference of State Trial Judges,1992-1995

    Delegate:National Conference of State Trial Judges,1991-1992

    Editorial Board:The Judges' Journal,1996-1997

California Judges Association

    Member, 1985-present

    Executive Committee, 1993-1995

    Ethics Committee, 1996-1998 (Chair 1996)

    Chair, Educational Planning & Coordinating Committee, 1990-1992

    Chair, Courts and Technology Committee, 1987

    Chair, Annual Meeting, 1998

Italian American Bar, member

California Women Lawyers

Professional Experience:

    Deputy District Attorney, Alameda County District Attorney's Office (8 years)

    Private Practice: Civil Practice and Criminal Defense (3 years)

    Adjunct Faculty: University of San Francisco School of Law, 1992-present

Honors and Awards:

    President's Award for Outstanding Service,California Judges Association,1995

    Outstanding Service Award,Volunteers in Parole Program,1986

Community Service:

    Advisory Board Member and participant,Volunteers in Parole Program,1984-1988

    Advisory Board Member:A Friendly Place,Oakland Women's Shelter, 1991-present

    Board of Trustees Member:Chanticleer,San Francisco (men's a cappella choir), 1994-2000

    Executive Board,Commonwealth Club, 1998-2001