Paul Seeman spent more than 30 years as an attorney and judge in California, including four as a judge in Alameda County Superior Court. Over the course of his law career, Paul Seeman participated with multiple national and state organizations, including the California Center for Judicial Education and Research.
The California Center for Judicial Education and Research (CJER) functions as an online educational and professional resource for the state’s judicial workforce. The CJER website maintains useful information from archived CJER publications and video lectures to webinars and online courses designed to expand legal knowledge. The organization provides training in leadership and court staff education as well as judicial and executive education.
Leadership and court staff education opportunities vary from appellate court training to human resources (HR) education. CJER also publishes content relevant to leadership and court staff concerns, such as the video, “Probate Investigations: An Overview for Clerks.” Judicial and executive education, meanwhile, is provided through the CJER Online Judicial Resources Network.
In addition to his practice, Seeman also served on the board of directors of a number of non-profit organizations, including the Alameda County Court-Appointed Special Advocates Program and the Donald P. McCullum Youth Court.