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Gov. Brown appoints six new L.A. Superior Court judges

City News Service | 7/12/2013, 4:35 p.m.
LOS ANGELES, Calif. — Gov. Jerry Brown today announced the appointment of six new Los Angeles Superior Court judges.

LOS ANGELES, Calif. — Gov. Jerry Brown today announced the appointment of six new Los Angeles Superior Court judges.

Those named to the bench were:

• Nicole C. Bershon, 45, who has been a Los Angeles Superior Court commissioner since 2011.

• Beverly L. Bourne, 54, who has been a senior trial attorney in the Los Angeles County Alternate Public Defender’s Office since 2004.

• Rupa S. Goswami, 46, who has served in multiple posts at the U.S. Attorney General’s Office’s Central District since 2001. She is the first South Asian-American woman ever appointed in California, according to the South Asian Bar Association of Southern California.

• Curtis A. Kin, 41, who has been the chief of appeals at the U.S. Attorney’s Office’s Central District since 2012.

• Lloyd C. Loomis, 66, who has been a Los Angeles Superior Court commissioner since 2009.

• Teresa T. Sullivan, 48, who has been a Los Angeles County deputy district attorney since 1999.