An accomplished legal professional with a wealth of experience in the San Francisco Bay Area, Paul Seeman most recently served as a judge of the Alameda County Superior Court in Oakland, California. In this capacity, he worked with a number of statewide judicial projects, including the Judicial Council Task Force for Criminal Justice Collaboration on Mental Health Issues, the California Center for Judicial Education and Research Juvenile Education Committee, and the Juvenile Court Judges of California. Paul Seeman lectured on juvenile law issues at numerous Juvenile Court conferences, as well as at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Before becoming a judge, Paul Seeman spent several years as a court commissioner with the Alameda County Superior Court, primarily serving in juvenile court assignments, where he helped develop the Alameda County juvenile dependency drug court, the juvenile mental health court, and was awarded the Wilmont Sweeney Juvenile Court Judge of the Year award in 2009. Judge Seeman holds a JD from the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law.