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Judge Hugh K. Swift

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Background

Employment History

  • Court Commissioner, Court Executive Officer and Research Attorney
    Amador Superior Court
  • Superior Court Commissioner
    Amador Superior Court
  • Chief Executive Officer
    Amador Superior Court
  • Court Executive Officer
    Calaveras County Superior Court
  • Court Executive Officer
    Superior Court
  • Amador Court

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Honorary B. Scott Thomsen Commissioner
    Superior Court

Education

  • bachelor's degree , business administration
    University of San Diego
  • juris doctor degree
    California Western School of Law
24 Total References
Web References
Presenters: Judge Hugh ...
www.e-courts.org, 21 June 2015 [cached]
Presenters: Judge Hugh Swift, Andi Barone
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Presenting the multi-county SaaS strategy are Judge Hugh Swift and Andi Barone, in a discussion moderated by Larry Webster.
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Judge Swift was the Court Executive Officer at the Superior Court of Calaveras County, Calif., during the negotiations and now serves on the bench during the implementation phase.
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Judge Hugh Swift
Prior to his appointment to the bench, Judge Swift was the Court Executive Officer for the Calaveras Superior Court. As the CEO Judge Swift was the primary court contact during the construction of the new Calaveras County Courthouse, which was completed in November 2013. Judge Swift was the Chairperson the California Trial Court Consortium, ("CTCC") a group of CEO's from 25 small to medium sized courts in Central and Northern California. The mission of CTCC is to improve trial court administration and operations through collaboration and advocacy.
Judge Swift was actively involved in the selection and procurement of a new court case management system through a collaboration with other small courts in Northern California. This project allowed the court to leverage its limited fiscal and staff resources to replace an outdated CMS with the Tyler Odyssey system, which has a go-live date of February 2015.
From 2006 to 2011, Judge Swift was the CEO of the Amador Superior Court, where he also held the position of Superior Court Commissioner and heard child support and small claims cases as a Judge Pro Tem. Prior to his appointment as CEO he was a judicial research attorney for the court.
Hugh K. Swift, who has been ...
www.recordnet.com, 28 Dec 2013 [cached]
Hugh K. Swift, who has been the court's executive officer since 2011, was named to a vacant judgeship there Friday by Gov.
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As the court's top administrator the past two years, Swift worked closely with state officials while the courthouse was under construction.
Reached by phone Friday, Swift said he and court staff are still settling into the new facility and that he'll need to consult with Martin to make a timetable for his transition from executive to judge.
"I am very excited and feel very honored to have been appointed," Swift said.
Swift also thanked Mewhinney for his patience of the past 21 months as Mewhinney continued to hear cases.
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"I feel particularly honored that I was appointed to fill the seat vacated by his retirement," Swift said.
It is not unusual for months or years to pass before the governor fills vacant judgeships. Swift was just one of 16 judges appointed Friday to various courts around the state.
Swift, 54, lives in Angels Camp. He served in a number of positions with Amador County Superior Court from 1999 to 2011, including court commissioner, court executive officer and research attorney.
Swift earned a juris doctor degree from the California Western School of Law and a bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of San Diego.
Swift began his law career in 1985, working over the years for five different law firms before moving to a job with the Amador County court in 1999. Swift is a Democrat. As a Superior Court judge, he will earn an annual salary of $181,292.
Mr. Hugh Swift Executive ...
www.newsmakingnews.com, 30 May 2008 [cached]
Mr. Hugh Swift Executive Officer Superior Court of California, County of Amador
Hon. B. Scott Thomsen Commissioner of the Superior Court of California, County of Nevada
The Honorable Hugh K. ...
www.amadorcourt.org, 23 April 2011 [cached]
The Honorable Hugh K. Swift, Commissioner, Amador Superior Court
Commissioner Swift graduated from the University of San Diego in 1981, California Western School of Law in 1985, and was admitted to the California Bar in 1985. He was in private practice in San Diego until he began working for the court in 1999 as a research attorney and was appointed CEO in November 2004. Commissioner Swift was appointed a part-time commissioner April of 2006.
Judge Hugh ...
www.e-courts.org, 21 June 2015 [cached]
Judge Hugh Swift
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Judge Hugh Swift
Judge
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Prior to his appointment to the bench, Judge Swift was the Court Executive Officer for the Calaveras Superior Court. As the CEO Judge Swift was the primary court contact during the construction of the new Calaveras County Courthouse, which was completed in November 2013. Judge Swift was the Chairperson the California Trial Court Consortium, ("CTCC") a group of CEO's from 25 small to medium sized courts in Central and Northern California. The mission of CTCC is to improve trial court administration and operations through collaboration and advocacy.
Judge Swift was actively involved in the selection and procurement of a new court case management system through a collaboration with other small courts in Northern California. This project allowed the court to leverage its limited fiscal and staff resources to replace an outdated CMS with the Tyler Odyssey system, which has a go-live date of February 2015.
From 2006 to 2011, Judge Swift was the CEO of the Amador Superior Court, where he also held the position of Superior Court Commissioner and heard child support and small claims cases as a Judge Pro Tem. Prior to his appointment as CEO he was a judicial research attorney for the court.
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