Elizabeth R. Feffer

Elizabeth R. Feffer

Judge Elizabeth R. Feffer presides over a civil independent (direct) calendar courtroom at the Stanley Mosk Courthouse in downtown Los Angeles. Since 2010, Judge Feffer has been a panelist for the California State Bar’s annual “Coaching for the New Practitioner” program, sponsored by the State Bar’s Litigation Section, for new admittees. Judge Feffer was appointed to the bench in 2007.

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A house for equal justice, from design to completion

A historical look at Los Angeles County’s Stanley Mosk Courthouse and its architect, Paul R. Williams, an African-American and one of the premier architects of his day

Elizabeth R. Feffer

2014 July


Checking in to Los Angeles Superior courtrooms

Attorneys’ failure to properly check in with a courtroom assistant can delay their matters and slow down the court. And please, keep the court informed if you are going to be delayed or cannot appear as scheduled

Elizabeth R. Feffer

2015 July


Ethical issues involving attorneys and jurors

Should you Google prospective jurors, seeking information that it is improper to ask them during voir dire?

Elizabeth R. Feffer

2016 July


What jurors say after a trial

What jurors say after a trial

All jurors don’t hate jury duty, but all jurors hate repetitious questions that prolong the trial. And they love judges that keep things moving

Elizabeth R. Feffer

2018 July