Judge Kevin Brazile - First African-American Presiding Judge on the LA Superior Court
$42 - Online Advance Reservations
$45 - At the Door for Rotarians and Guests
$18 - Non-Dining
Parking is $8 for 3 hours with validation card picked up at front desk; $4.25 every 10 minutes there after
Please note that advance online tickets must be purchased by 3pm on the Thursday prior to the Friday meeting.
Judge Kevin Brazile - First African-American Presiding Judge on the LA Superior CourtGet Tickets
About Judge Kevin Brazile
Appointed to the bench in 2002, Judge Kevin C. Brazile currently serves as assistant presiding judge for the Superior Court of Los Angeles County, and previously served as the court’s supervising judge of its Civil Division. He is a member of the court’s Executive Committee and chair of the Civil Subcommittee tasked with developing the vision for how the court will operate in the future. He is also on the court’s Planning and Budget Committee and serves as a liaison with local bar associations and law schools.
Judge Brazile was a member of the Judicial Council’s Trial Court Budget Advisory Committee, and has served on the council’s Civil and Small Claims Advisory Committee. He has also held leadership positions with the California Judges Association and served as a panelist and lecturer for Continuing Legal Education (CLE) courses for judges, attorneys, and local bar associations.
Prior to his appointment to the bench, Judge Brazile was a civil trial attorney for the Los Angeles County Counsel’s Office.