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Potter to 7th District! – LexBlog


Today saw the Retirement Celebration in honor of Daniel P. Potter, the Clerk/Executive Officer of the 2d District who is retiring after over 40 years of service. APJ Lui acted as master of ceremonies and humorously explained how Danny is being reassigned to the 7th District, a mythical paradise with great golfing. Among the many speakers were PJ Gilbert and retired Div. 7 Writ Guru Pablo Drobny. The room was packed with friends, family, court-family, the Clerk of Court from the 1st District, justices from the 2d District and Supreme Court Justice Jenkins. An especially heartfelt encomium came from Eva McClintock, who will become the 2d District’s Clerk/XO at the start of the coming year.

Here’s what’s been posted on the 2d District webpage today:

Eva McClintock Named Clerk/Executive Officer of Second Appellate District

After more than 42 years of service, Daniel “Danny” P. Potter, Clerk and Executive Officer of the Second District Court of Appeal, will retire on December 31, 2022.
Danny’s career with the court has been truly remarkable. Starting as a Senior Clerk Typist, he rose to become a Clerk and Executive Officer. His career has been characterized by a forward-thinking approach to promoting technology for the court’s mission to provide fair and equal justice to all Californians. Throughout his time with the court, he has been praised by the public, the bar, and judicial branch officers for his leadership. His dedicated years of service on the Second District Court of Appeal are greatly appreciated.
Eva McClintock has been appointed as Clerk/Executive Officer of the Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, effective January 1, 2023. Joshua Dunn has been designated Assistant Clerk/Executive Officer effective on the same date.


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