Elect Beth Jordan for
Marin County Superior Court
Thank you for your interest in learning more about my campaign to be the next Judge of the Marin County Superior Court.
My family and I live in Marin County, where I’ve lived for 26 years. I also work in Marin; I am a partner in Greene Jordan Taubman & Dias LLP, located in downtown San Rafael. I am deeply committed to our community, and I’m running for election because I believe I have the qualifications, experience, and temperament necessary to best serve Marin as a judge.
My 30 years’ experience practicing law is diverse and broad. For 15 years, I litigated a wide range of civil cases from personal injuries to complex toxic tort, environmental and products liability actions, as an associate and then partner at Landels Ripley & Diamond in San Francisco. When Landels disbanded, I opened my own firm in Marin and shifted my focus to family law, which I’ve now practiced for 15 years. I am a Certified Family Law Specialist, as is each of my partners.
Throughout my career, I’ve earned the respect, trust and confidence of hundreds of clients, colleagues and Judges. I’ve enjoyed the highest legal rating available for more than 20 years, and am routinely designated a “Super Lawyer.” In 2010 I was elected and served as President of the Marin County Bar Association; and I currently serve on the State Bar of California’s Family Law Advisory Commission. I have a demonstrated history of service to the community.
I graduated from UCLA, summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, while working full-time. I received my law degree from UC Berkeley. I was the first person in my family to graduate college.
In addition to extensive legal experience, I have respect for all, and if elected, I am committed to giving 100% of myself to being prepared, to listening attentively, and to applying the law to the facts before me to make sound, reasoned and unbiased decisions.
I invite you to take a few minutes to explore my website and learn more about me, about my qualifications, and why I am running for judge. I respectfully ask for your support.
Beth S. Jordan