Estes from the district court bench presents a rare example of a Massachusetts judge facing discipline for judicial misconduct. In all, the Norfolk Court has seen nearly its entire judicial lineup in the last two years. Judge Ryley of the Barnstable Probate Court has even been spotted hearing motions in Norfolk County over the last year. Another possibility for the Barnstable spot is Hon. Meagher, who has recently heard cases in Barnstable Probate Court.
Judge Pauline Maxwell was born in Massachusetts, where she enjoyed a career as a Registered Nurse before moving to Santa Barbara in 1981.
She received a Bachelor of Arts Degree (summa cum laude) from the University of California at Santa Barbara and her law degree from the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law.
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The Orange District Court is a district court in Massachusetts that serves Franklin County. In 2006 she became a research attorney for the Santa Barbara Superior Court.In 2010, she was appointed Superior Court Commissioner, and presided over minor offense arraignments and trials, as well as Drug Court, Mental Health Treatment Court, and the Clean and Sober calendar. Brown, Jr., appointed her Judge of the Superior Court.Key to important details: "(FJ)" denotes First Justice, "Grant" denotes Associate Justice Lisa Grant, appointed on March 17, 2014, and "Grant, L.A." denotes Associate Justice Lisa Ann Grant, appointed on November 5, 2014.Thank You for your patience as we work through this adversity.Cutting Edge Marketing Tactics That Grow Solo & Small Firms - The ADVANCED Marketing Workshop on 10/10.A lot has happened in the world of Massachusetts Probate and Family Court judicial appointments since our last blog in October 2017. Casey as Chief Justice of the Probate and Family Court, as well as the upcoming retirement of Hon. Scandurra in Barnstable County, have left court-watchers wondering which judges will fill several flagship posts across the Commonwealth. As always, we preface the blog by noting that what is presented below is a mix of public information and educated guesswork. Amidst all of the judicial turnover in recent years, Judge Casey remained the one constant in Norfolk County. Meagher was previously First Justice of the Worcester Probate and Family Court, but is currently listed by the state as an Associate Justice.The pace of judicial nominations has slowed somewhat, as only two new judges have taken the bench since October. The Trial Court keeps a tight lid on judicial assignments, and judges often rotate from court to court with little or no public explanation. With his departure, the Court will be faced with finding permanent replacements for Judge Ulwick, Judge Menno and Judge Casey – all of whom will have departed the Court in the last two years without any clear permanent replacement. More importantly, Judge Meagher has regularly been hearing cases in Barnstable since the winter and is scheduled to stay there through at least the end of July.Judge Maxwell has taught Legal Writing as an Adjunct Professor at the Santa Barbara College of Law, and is a Master of the William L. She has been an active member of the Santa Barbara Women Lawyers, having previously served on its Board of Directors, and in 2013 was selected as the Attorney of the Year. Judge Maxwell is currently assigned to civil and family law calendars.The Chicopee District Court is a district court in Massachusetts that serves Hampden County.