Louise Renne

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Louise Renne
City Attorney of San Francisco
Assumed office
1986 - December 11, 2001
Preceded by George Agnost
Succeeded by Dennis Herrera
Personal details
Nationality American
Political party Democrat
Education Michigan State University (B.A.)
Columbia University (J.D.)
Profession Lawyer
Politician
Website City Attorney website

Louise Renne is a lawyer, former Supervisor and one-time City Attorney for the City and County of San Francisco, California. She was born to Anne Bartrem Hornbeck (1909 - 2001). She succeeded to Dianne Feinstein's post upon Feinstein succeeding George Moscone as mayor in 1978, and Renne served in the seat until 1986, when she resigned to accept Feinstein's appointment of her as City Attorney, succeeding George Agnost to become the first female City Attorney in San Francisco history. She served in the position until 2001 and was succeeded by current incumbent Dennis Herrera.

Renne is currently a local attorney under the firm Renne Sloan Holtzman Sakai LLP. She is a graduate of both Michigan State University and Columbia Law School (1961).[1]

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