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Mayer Brown partner Teresa A. Beaudet appointed a judge in Los Angeles County Superior Court

11 November 2008
11 November 2008Teresa A. Beaudet, a Litigation partner in the Los Angeles office of Mayer Brown LLP, has been appointed a judge of the Los Angeles County Superior Court by California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Mayer Brown Chairman James D. Holzhauer said, “We congratulate Teresa on this well deserved honor.  She brings to her new role deep knowledge of the law, sound judgment and personal integrity – qualities that equip her well for the responsibilities of the bench. Teresa will be greatly missed by her clients, partners and co-workers at Mayer Brown.”

Ms. Beaudet joined Mayer Brown in 1988 as an associate and was named a partner in 1990.  She is a general business litigator with significant experience in both federal and state court disputes involving employment issues, unfair business practices, real estate and environmental issues.  She routinely represented clients in trials (including class actions and multi-district litigation,) in the appellate courts, and in administrative hearings, arbitrations and mediations. She was admitted to the California bar in 1980 and also is admitted in the United States District Courts for all California districts, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and the United States Supreme Court.

Ms. Beaudet received a Juris Doctorate degree from Loyola Law School in 1980 and Masters and Bachelor of Arts degrees from Loyola Marymount University.

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Megan Filotto
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(312) 701-7264

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