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Los Angeles County Superior CourtCandidate for Judge, Seat 72

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Robert F. Jacobs

Attorney at Law
178,368 votes (11.29%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • My experience as an immigration attorney for over 21 years reinforced my commitment to ensure everyone has equal access to justice regardless of race, socioeconomic background, political affiliation or sexual orientation.
  • Having represented thousands of clients in court, I vow to dispense justice and make sure all who come before the court are treated equally, fairly, and with compassion & dignity.
  • I will work ethically & with integrity to increase public confidence in our judicial system.



Profession:Immigration Attorney
Attorney, Robert F. Jacobs & Associates, PLC (2002–current)
Senior Partner, Jacobs & Vega, PLC (2005–2015)
Senior Partner, Robert F. Jacobs Law Offices, PLC (2002–2005)
Senior Staff Attorney, California Educational Financial & Legal Centers, Inc. (1998–2002)


Marquette University Law School Juris Doctor (J.D.) (1997)
University of Wisconsin - La Crosse Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Economics and Political Science Double Major, Emphasis in Pre-Law (1994)

Community Activities

President, Vice President, Trustee, Community Service Chair, Kiwanis International (2003–current)

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