Hon. Lois Haight is a judge of the Superior Court of Contra Costa County in California. She was appointed in 1993 by the former governor Pete Wilson.
She is a Republican.
Judge Haight is honored with many awards which include California Jurist of the Year," by Chief Justice/Judicial Council, "California Pioneer Award," McGeorge Law, Woman of Distinction Award," Soroptimist International, and “Award of Special Honor,” International Narcotic Enforcement Officers Association.
J.D. from University of California, Hastings College of the Law
Bachelor's Degree from University of California — Davis
Chair person at White House Conference for Drug Free American (1987 to 1988)
Assistant Attorney General at Attorney General's Office (1983 to 1986)
Chair person at President’s Task Force on Victims of Crime (1981 to 1982)
Deputy District Attorney at District Attorney's Office in Alameda County, California (1976 to 1981)
General Practice at Private in Walnut Creek, California (1967 to 1975)
Counselor at Juvenile Hall in San Francisco, California (1963 to 1965)
Probation Officer at San Joaquin County in San Joaquin County, California (1962 to 1963)