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Nigerian Woman, Bunmi Awoniyi Named Superior Court Judge In US

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Topic: Nigerian Woman, Bunmi Awoniyi Named Superior Court Judge In US (Read 6445 times)
franel (7506)
Hero (m) | 1 year ago

3 December 2012

California Governor Jerry Brown on Thursday named four new Superior Court judges for the Central Valley. Among the judicial appointments announced was the appointment of 48-year-old Nigerian woman, Bunmi O. Awoniyi in Elk Grove, California.



According to Centralvalleybusinesstimes, of the four, three replace judges who have retired and the fourth fills a long-standing vacancy.

Ms. Awoniyi has served as a principal attorney with a family law practice since 1994. She was an adjunct professor at the University of Northern California, Lorenzo Patiño School of Law from 1997 to 1998, an associate attorney at the Law Office of Steven L. Wessels from 1993 to 1994 and an associate attorney at the Law Office of Brady and Kent from 1992 to 1993.

Ms. Awoniyi was a law clerk at the Law Office of D. Kapp Nees in 1991 and a crown prosecutor at the Crown Prosecution Service in London from 1989 to 1990.



Awoniyi earned a Juris Doctorate degree from the Inns of Court School of Law, a Masters of Law degree from the University of Leicester School of Law and a Bachelor of Law degree from the University of Essex.

She is a certified family law specialist. She fills the vacancy created by the conversion of a court commissioner position on December 3, 2011. Awoniyi is a Democrat.

Each of the new judges will be paid $176,789 (over N28 million) per year.

Michael Jurkovich was named to a judgeship in the Madera County Superior Court.

Brian McNamara was appointed to a judgeship in the Kern County Superior Court.

And Bunmi Awoniyi and Steven Gevercer were named to judgeships in the Sacramento County Superior Court.



3 Dec 12, 02:16 PM
aso4life1 (11643)
Hero (m) | 1 year ago

CONGRATULATIONS my NIGERIA sister,,,


3 Dec 12, 04:20 PM
winace (18562)
Hero (f) | 1 year ago

Congratulation to u ma-am

3 Dec 12, 04:34 PM
patrickudefuna (19)
Newbie (m) | 1 year ago

Great one my dear. Congrats and thanks for being a good ambassador

3 Dec 12, 04:36 PM
Idbabe (8162)
Hero (f) | 1 year ago

Noted

3 Dec 12, 04:58 PM
lanudja (9100)
Hero (f) | 1 year ago

Well done

3 Dec 12, 05:08 PM
dlimelite (14205)
Hero (f) | 1 year ago

Congratulations!

3 Dec 12, 05:12 PM
papadip (5413)
Gistmaniac (m) | 1 year ago

Congratulations..!

Bunmi O. Awoniyi
I am proud of you as a Nigerian….







3 Dec 12, 05:26 PM
chicco77 (22688)
Addicted Hero (f) | 1 year ago

congrats

3 Dec 12, 05:55 PM
angesco (3397)
Gistmaniac (f) | 1 year ago

Well done. I would have loved to know where she had schooled in Nigeria.

Again congratulations.

3 Dec 12, 07:37 PM
Senegal (10438)
Hero (m) | 1 year ago

NIce one sister

3 Dec 12, 08:00 PM
moriztuos (2172)
Gistmaniac (m) | 1 year ago

Kudos

3 Dec 12, 08:29 PM
nonsovin (1134)
Gistmaniac (m) | 1 year ago

 Cool Cool Cool Cool 8)ATLEAST LET ME HEAR SOME GOOD NEWS, AND NOT BAD NEWS ALL THE TIME  Cool

3 Dec 12, 08:34 PM
Activated (377)
Upcoming (m) | 1 year ago

Good one, it shows the potential Nigeria has if we harness it properly

3 Dec 12, 08:50 PM
PidginMOUTH (8676)
Hero (m) | 1 year ago

 Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

3 Dec 12, 09:12 PM
wcollins (132)
Upcoming (m) | 1 year ago

but why you never marry now..... send those heart breakers to jail............

3 Dec 12, 11:37 PM
Unikpearl (3186)
Gistmaniac (f) | 1 year ago

Am proud of u,
am proud 2 b a nigerian
am proud 2 b a yoruba girl

3 Dec 12, 11:45 PM
Rihannaaa (7653)
Hero (f) | 1 year ago

 Wink


4 Dec 12, 02:52 AM
sundayibeh (172)
Upcoming (m) | 1 year ago

GOD bless you for making NIGERIA proud nation!!


4 Dec 12, 03:02 AM
innocentbola (260)
Upcoming (m) | 1 year ago

God bless you and congratulations...

4 Dec 12, 04:02 AM


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