Hon. Stacy Boulware Eurie is a judge for the Superior Court of Sacramento County in California, appointed in 2007.
Prior to her appointment to the bench, Judge Boulware Eurie served as Senior Assistant
Attorney General of the Government Law Section of the California Office of the Attorney
General. She also served as deputy attorney general in the Attorney General’s Employment,
Regulation and Administration section and as an associate attorney in a private criminal defense
During her legal career, Judge Boulware Eurie’s practice areas included complex
political and constitutional law, governmental affairs, state and federal employment defense,
administrative law and criminal defense.
Judge Boulware Eurie has been an active member of the California legal community for almost
20 years. In addition to her multiple years of service on the Executive Committee of the
California State Bar’s Litigation Section, Judge Boulware Eurie served as President of the
Sacramento County Bar Association and Judicial Master of the Anthony M. Kennedy and
Schwartz/Levi American Inns of Court.
Judge Boulware Eurie currently serves on the California Child Welfare Council, a legislatively created multi-agency advisory body responsible for improving collaboration among the broad range of agencies that serve children and youth in the child welfare and foster care system.
She is the Chair of California Chief Justice Tani CantilSakayue’s Keeping Kids in School and Out of Court Initiative Steering Committee (KKIS), a member of California’s State Advisory Committee on Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention’s Disproportionate Minority Contact Subcommittee, and an executive member of the Commission on the Future of California’s Court System.
She has previously served on the Council of State Governments Justice Center’s School Discipline Consensus Project and the California Blue Ribbon Commission on Children in Foster Care.
As the Presiding Judge of Sacramento’s Juvenile Court and as a member of the California CSEC
Action Team, Judge Boulware Eurie has worked with members of the judiciary, community
based agencies, and representatives from the fields of child welfare, juvenile justice, mental
health, and education to develop greater public awareness and understanding of the need for
trauma-informed practices and services to support those youth who have been commercially
sexually exploited. Judge Boulware-Eurie has implemented a nationally-recognized trauma-informed and multidisciplinary court docket for youth who have been commercially sexually exploited and
consulted with other jurisdictions on how courts can improve their effectiveness in overseeing
this unique and complex population. She has also worked with jurisdictions around California to
facilitate enhanced learning and exchanging of ideas about proven strategies to reduce overuse of
school exclusionary discipline practices and improve school climate, particularly for system
- J.D. from University of California, Davis School of Law
- Bachelor's Degree from University of California, Los Angeles
- Judge at Superior Court of Sacramento County in Sacramento, CA (from 2007)
- Supervising deputy attorney general at California Attorney General's Office (2000 to 2007)
- Associate at Rothschild, Wishek & Sands (1996 to 2000)