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JUDICATE WEST Bolsters Southern California Neutral Panel with Addition of Judge FREDERICK P. AGUIRRE

March 1, 2017

By JUDICATE WEST

LOS ANGELES; Mar. 1, 2017 – Judicate West, one of California’s leading providers of private dispute resolution services, welcomes retired Orange County Superior Court Judge Frederick P. Aguirre to its roster of exclusive neutrals.

“Judge Aguirre has a reputation as a tough, yet fair, problem-solver who brings about a satisfying resolution for the involved parties. His extensive experience in analyzing cases with an eye toward resolution will be a decided asset for our clients statewide,” said Rosemarie Chiusano, Executive Vice President of Business Development with Judicate West. “Judge Aguirre’s strong connection to and renowned track record in the community will help Judicate West continue to build bridges in Southern California, and he is a welcomed addition to our lineup.”

Appointed to the Orange County Superior Court bench in 2002 by Governor Gray Davis, Judge Aguirre has presided over family law matters, civil and criminal trials, preliminary hearings and settlement conferences during his career on the bench. In the 28 years preceding his appointment, he worked in private practice, handling family law matters, as well as litigating hundreds of civil and criminal trials. Judge Aguirre has served as the former president of the Orange County Hispanic Bar Association and was a member of the board of directors of the Orange County Trial Lawyers Association. In 2007, he founded the Orange County Superior Court Leadership Academy, which he has co-chaired since its inception. He currently serves as the Judge Advocate in the Orange County Council of the Navy League.

Judge Aguirre earned his J.D. from the University of California, Los Angeles (1971) and his B.A. from the University of Southern California (1968).

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