Beth Labson Freeman Biography – Beth Labson Freeman Wiki

Beth Labson Freeman is a district judge of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California. She was appointed by President Obama in 2014. Judge Freeman sits in the San Jose Division, hearing a broad array of cases including antitrust, civil rights, consumer class actions, commercial litigation and technology cases including patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret cases. She serves on the Northern District’s patent local rules and jury instruction committees.

Judge Freeman previously was a Superior Court Judge in San Mateo County, California from 2001 to 2014. Judge Freeman served as Presiding Judge and Assistant Presiding Judge of the San Mateo Court.

Prior to her appointment to the bench in 2001, Judge Freeman was deputy county counsel in San Mateo County, and an associate attorney at Lasky, Haas and Cohler in San Francisco and Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver and Jacobson in Washington, D.C. Judge Freeman is a graduate of the Harvard Law School and University of California, Berkeley.

Beth Labson Freeman Age

She was born Beth Ann Labson on November 21, 1953, in Washington, District of Columbia.

Beth Labson Freeman Salary

As a federal judge for the United States District Court for the Northern District of California, Beth Labson Freeman earns an annual salary of $223,400 in 2022 as a result of annual salary adjustments. She earned $218,600 in 2021, $216,400 in 2020, $210,900 in 2019, $208,000 in 2018, $205,100 in 2017, $203,100 in 2016, $201,100 in 2015, and $199,100 in 2014.

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