Cynthia Aaron

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Cynthia Aaron is an Associate Justice of the California Fourth District Court of Appeal, Division One, having been appointed to the post by Governor Gray Davis in 2003.[1]

Aaron received an A.B. in psychology from Stanford University in 1979 and a J.D. from Harvard Law School in 1984.[1] From 1984–1988, Aaron was a trial attorney with Federal Defenders of San Diego, Inc.[1] In 1988, she co-founded a law firm, where she worked until leaving in 1994 when she was appointed a U.S. Magistrate Judge.[1] She left the magistrate judgeship when Governor Gray Davis appointed her as an Associate Justice of the California Fourth District Court of Appeal, Division One.[1]

Aaron is married with one son and two adult stepchildren.[1]

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Legal offices
Preceded by
Don Ross Work
Associate Justice of the
California Court of Appeal
for the Fourth District
Division One

January 10, 2003–present
Incumbent