Lucien Shaw

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Lucien Shaw

Lucien Shaw (March 1, 1845 – March 19, 1933) was the 18th Chief Justice of California and a prominent Republican politician in California during the early 20th century. Shaw served as a judge on the Superior Court of California from 1889 to 1902, and as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of California from 1903 until he was promoted to the position of Chief Justice in 1921. After Shaw retired from the court, he joined the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company's Board of Directors.

Shaw resided in Hermosa Beach, California, and died on March 19, 1933 in Glendale, California. Shaw's son, Hartley, was a judge on the Los Angeles Superior Court.

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Preceded by
Frank M. Angellotti
18th Chief Justice of California
1921 – 1923
Succeeded by
Curtis D. Wilbur

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