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Armand Jewell (W'28) Judge of Los Angeles Municipal Court As attorney, argued cases before California and United States Supreme Courts

 

Samuel Greenfield (W'30) Judge of Los Angeles Superior Court

 

Maurice Leader (S'31) Judge of Los Angeles Superior Court

 

Julius (Teitelbaum) Title (W'33) Judge of Los Angeles Superior Court

 

Fred Okrand (S'33) Chief Counsel, Southern California ACLU Special Prosecutor in Pasadena Unified School Dist. integration case Defense Attorney for Sirhan Sirhan in Robert Kennedy murder case

 

Hyman Bindman (S'34) Principal Auditor, State Board of Equalization

 

Helen (Brandt) Kennedy (S'34) Mayor of San Gabriel

 

Ed Roybal (S'34) Los Angeles City Councilman U.S. House of Representatives

 

Julio V. Gonzales (W'35) California Youth Authority & U.S. Marshall

 

Herschel Rosenthal (W'36) California State Assemblyman (45th District)

 

Leonard Panish (S'37) Los Angeles County Registrar of Voters

 

Paul T. Bannai (S'38) California State Assemblyman (53rd District) First Japanese-American ever elected to California State Legislature

 

Lenora (Lillian Block) Young (W'39) Merced City Councilwoman. Coordinator, Merced County Regional Occupational Program

 

Harry Pregerson (W'41) United States Federal District Judge Presided over suit against the National Football League

 

Gershon (Lifshitz) Lewis (S'42) Vice-Mayor of Monterey Park

 

Harry Yamamoto (S’42) City Councilman of Santa Ana. First Japanese-American ever elected to Council of City of Santa Ana

 

Richard Tafoya (W'43) Mayor of Montebello

 

Matthew Martinez (S’47) California State Assemblymen, US House of Representatives 30th district.

 

Eddie Galindo (W’50) Supervisor Criminal records. LA Municipal Courts. Helped draft state laws pertaining to paternity suits.

 

Hal Bernson (W’48) Los Angeles City Councilman

 

Robert Behar (W’52) Assistant District Attorney for Simi Valley

 

Daniel Arguello (S’65) Mayor of Alhambra

 

Gilbert Cedillo (’72) California State Assemblymen.

 

Antonio Villarigosa (’71) California State Assemblymen. Ran for Mayor of LA, losing in a tight campaign to Mayor Hahn.