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The League of Women Voters will have Probate Judge Christine Chandler as the guest speaker 11:40 a.m. May 20 at the Mesa Public Library.
The lunch is open to the entire community. Chandler was appointed probate judge by the Los Alamos County Council in August 2013 to fill a vacancy. She is currently running for the position in the 2014 election.
Chandler grew up in Massachusetts and received her bachelor’s degree from Smith College, with a major in economics. She obtained her law degree from Boston College Law School and has a masters degree in International and Comparative law from Georgetown University Law Center.
Although Chandler loved living in New England, she fell in love with New Mexico after a Christmas holiday vacation in Santa Fe.
After a few years in private practice in Santa Fe, she worked as an in-house attorney for Los Alamos National Laboratory, primarily in the areas of employment law and litigation. She led the litigation group for 10 years before leaving the lab in 2013.
In addition to her part-time probate judge duties, she maintains a private law practice with her husband, George Chandler.
Chandler values the feeling of community that thrives in Los Alamos. In 1996, she was elected to the Los Alamos County Council and served as its chair and vice chair during her four-year term.
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