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Judge Clemens Landau was appointed to the Salt Lake City Justice Court in 2017 by Mayor Jackie Biskupski. Judge Landau received a law degree from the University of Utah in 2008. He worked as a civil litigator at Parr, Brown, Gee & Loveless before moving to the appellate firm of Zimmerman Jones Booher. Before becoming an attorney, Judge Landau worked as a paramedic in Boston and then managed a woodworking and music instrument-making company in Germany before going to law school. Judge Landau currently serves as the presiding judge of the Salt Lake City Justice court, and as a member of Utah`s Access to Justice Commission and the AOC`s Standing Committee on Technology. He also serves on the Executive Board of the Salt Lake County Bar Association, as a board member of the Utah Center for Legal Inclusion (a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the goals of equity and inclusion in Utah`s legal profession), and as a board member of the Utah Bar`s Leadership Academy. In addition, he teaches a Law and Literature class at the Utah State Prison that is part of the University of Utah`s Prison Education Project (UPEP). 9/19

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