California Gov. Gavin Newsom has chosen more than 100 judges, plaintiffs lawyers, Big Law partners and in-house attorneys from around the state to guide him on filling judicial vacancies, his office said Wednesday.

The 111 trial court judges, state appellate justices, county prosecutors, litigators and former state bar leaders will serve on eight regional committees charged with providing the governor and Judicial Appointments Secretary Martin Jenkins with “preliminary, non-partisan feedback” on applicants for the bench.

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