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The Honorable Brendan P. Conroy

San Francisco Superior Court, Department 25 (website)

Court Info

San Francisco Superior Court, Department 25 (website)

Clerk phone: +1 (415) 551-0325

Court Reporter: +1 (415) 551-0625

Bailiff: +1 (415) 551-7525

Biography

The Hon. Brendan P. Conroy is a judge for the Superior Court of San Francisco County in California. He was appointed by former governor Jerry Brown on December 27, 2012, filling a vacancy created by the retirement of Mary C. Morgan.

Conroy earned a B.A. from California State University, San Francisco. He then received a J.D. from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law in 1984.

Conroy began his legal career as an associate at the Law Offices of Craig, Harris, and Collin in 1984. Three years later, he joined the Office of the Public Defender of Los Angeles County, where he very briefly worked as a trial attorney. Then, in 1987, he moved to the Office of the Public Defender of San Francisco County. He served there for four years, working as a senior trial attorney.

He left the public sector and started his own practice, the Law Offices of Brendan Conroy, in 1992. His law office specialized in criminal and civil mental health law.

Conroy is registered as a Democrat.

Education

J.D. from University of California, Hastings College of the Law (1984)

B.A. from California State University, San Francisco

Career

Attorney at Law Offices of Brendan Conroy in San Francisco County, California (1992 to 2012)

Senior Trial Attorney at Office of the Public Defender in San Francisco County, California (1987 to 1991)

Trial Attorney at Office of the Public Defender in Los Angeles County, California (1987 to 1987)

Associate at Law Offices of Craig, Harris, and Collins (1984 to 1987)

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