Hon. Anthony J. Mohr

Judge
Los Angeles Superior Court

 

THE HONORABLE ANTHONY J. MOHR was elevated to the Los Angeles Superior Court on December 23, 1997 by Governor Pete Wilson after being appointed to the Los Angeles Municipal court in 1994. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Wesleyan University and received his J.D. from Columbia Law School. From September through December, 2009, Judge Mohr sat as a judge pro tem on the Court of Appeal for the Second Appellate District. Judge Mohr has served as a contributing editor to the Rutter Group’s California Practice Guide – Civil Procedure Before Trial (chapter 12 – settlement, and chapter 14 – representative and class actions) and is a co-editor of the Resource Guide for Managing Complex Litigation, published by the National Judicial College. Judge Mohr and Judge Elizabeth White are the co-authors of The California Paralegal Manual – Civil Trials and Evidence (Thomson Reuters 2010-1012) and The California Paralegal Manual – Personal Injury Litigation (Thomson Reuters 2012). He has published articles in places such as the Journal of Legal Education, Southwestern Law Review, the Pepperdine Law Review, Valparaiso Law Review, and several bar journals. He has taught numerous classes for the California judiciary on topics ranging from civil procedure to evidence to judicial ethics, and he is an adjunct professor of law at Southwestern Law School. He currently chairs the Committee on Judicial Ethics of the California Judges Association.