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The Honorable Judge Peggy Hora, Ret.

Judge, Municipal Court, San Leandro-Hayward Judicial District
(Alameda County), California 1985-1998; Presiding Judge 1989;
Superior Court Alameda County 1998-2006, Presiding Judge Drug
Treatment Court 1998-2005.

National, State and Local Programs:

Addiction Technology Transfer Center Network (ATTC) Northeast,
Speaker “The Opiate Challenge: What Science, Service and
Communities Can Do Today,” presentation “Juvenile Justice and the
Family”, 2003

Administrative Office of the Courts (California) Faculty,
Commissioners’ Orientation 1988; Delay Reduction Workshop 1992;
Drug Case Management and Treatment Intervention Strategies
Conference 1994; Traffic Adjudication Workshop 1995; Planning
Committee and Faculty, 1997 California Drug Court Symposium;
Faculty, 1998 California Drug Court Symposium

Alameda County Bar Association Panel member, “How to Handle an
11550 [Under the Influence] Case,” 1993; Panel Member, “Substance
Using Attorneys,” 2000

American Bar Association National Convention Program Chair, “What’s
A Judge To Do? Pregnant Substance Users and the Role of the Courts”

American Judges Association, Planning Committee and Faculty, Joint
Physicians’/Judges’ Alcohol and Other Drug training 1999; Advisory
Committee, “Judicial Education on Substance Abuse: Promoting and
Expanding Judicial Awareness and Leadership,” funded by State Justice
Institute, 2002; Presenter, “Alcohol and Other Drugs and the Courts,”
42d Annual Educational conference, 2002

American Judicature Society, Planning Committee and Faculty,
National Pre-Bench Training, 1990

American Psychiatric Association, Panel member, “Pregnancy and
Substance Abuse: A Multi-Faceted Disorder,” 1993

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American Society of Addiction Medicine, Panel member, “Addiction
Medicine in the Courtroom,” 31st Annual Medical-Scientific Conference,
2000; Panel Member, “Moving Evidence Based Treatment into the
Courtroom Setting,” 35th Annual Medical-Scientific Conference, 2004

American University, Faculty, National Symposium on the
Implementation and Operation of Drug Courts, “The Challenge of
Addressing the Diversity of Needs Presented by the Drug Court
Population,” 1995; Justice Programs Office Roundtable luncheon
speaker, “Special Issues from the Judge’s Perspective in Dealing with
the Substance Addicted Female Offender,” 1996

Arizona Judicial Conference, “Adjudicating Criminal Misdemeanors
(Everything You Wanted to Know But Were Afraid to Ask),”
presentation on the role of alcohol and other drugs in misdemeanor
courts, 1998

Arizona Opioid Treatment Coalition, Technical Assistance at “Best
Practices for Opiate Dependence: Treatment Options for Adults in the
Criminal Justice System,” (2002)

California Association of Toxicologists Presenter, “Drug Testing in the
Courts,” 1991

California Department of Alcohol and Drugs Presenter, “Designing the
Road Map: Research to Policy, Shaping the Future of Alcohol and Other
Drug Treatment Services,” workshop title: “Moving Evidence Based
Treatment into the Drug Court Setting,” (2005)

California Judges’ Association Presenter 1990-91 and 1994 (DUI
update, domestic violence and the courts, “Care and Feeding of the
Pro Per,” and Justice in the Balance/2020 Report; “Older Americans
and Substance Abuse, Retired Judges’ Conference 2004; Recipient,
Bernard Jefferson Judicial Education Award (2004)

California Municipal Court Judges Conference Co-Chair, “Meeting the
Challenge: A Judicial Perspective on Substance Abuse and the Role of
the Courts” 1992

California Society of Addiction Medicine, “Meeting the
Methamphetamine Challenge: Science, Clinical Care and Public Policy”
conference, Speaker, “Application of Treatment Principles to Meth
Users in the Court,” 2006

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California Office of Traffic Safety Annual Conference, Presenter, “DUI
Judicial System/Prevention and Education” 1996

California State University, Hayward, Dept. of Educational Psychology,
Lecturer, “Alcohol, Drugs, Women & Special Populations,” 2000

Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) Expert Field Reviewer
Planning for Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Abuse Treatment for Adults
in the Criminal Justice System (TIP #17) 1993; Substance Abuse
Treatment and Domestic Violence (TIP #25) 1997; Presenter, Regional
Methamphetamine Conference, 1999; Presenter, Methamphetamine
Summit, “Coordinating Treatment Services with Criminal Justice and
Family Courts,” 2006

Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) and Southeastern
States, Presenter, “Improving Women’s Treatment in the Southeast:
Programs and Practices that Work!” 1998

Chicago Police Department, Keynote Speaker, “Applying Community
Policing Principles Within the Criminal Justice System, “Beyond the
Rhetoric: Facing the Challenges of Community Policing Conference,

Claremont Colleges Intercollegiate Women’s Studies, Lecturer,
“Women, Prisons and Criminal Injustice,” 2000

Colorado Behavioral Health Council annual conference, workshop,
“Women in the Criminal Justice System,” 2008

Community Partnership of Southern Arizona Keynote, “Opioid
Treatment in the 21st Century: From Barriers to Breakthroughs,” 2004

Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Panel Member,
“Section 8 Tenants and Crime: Section 8 Summit, 1998

Drug Court Program Office, Dept. of Justice, Faculty and Developer,
Drug Courts’ Cultural Competence Curriculum 2002

Florida Conference of Circuit Judges, Presenter, “Girl Interrupted:
Women, Girls and Substance Abuse,” 2000

Fordham University School of Law, Presenter, Symposium on “Problem
Solving Courts: From Adversarial Litigation to Innovative
Jurisprudence,” 2002

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Hawaii Drug Court Women, Criminal Justice, and You Conference,
“Women and the Law,” 1996

John F. Kennedy University Extension, Seminar, “Criminal Justice and
the Treatment Community,” 2003

Louisiana Association of Drug Court Professionals, Annual Conference
Plenary Speaker, “Co-Occurring Disorders,” Presenter, Hispanic
Treatment Issues and Women’s Issues in Drug Court, (2003)

Maryland Family Divisions and Family Services Programs, “A Family
Disease: The Impact of Addiction and Substance Abuse on Children,
Families, Family Courts, and Communities, Keynote Speaker (2005)

Maui County (HI) Children’s Justice Grant Task Force and Maui County
DHHC Subcommittee on Ice Addiction - Ice Breakers, Presenter,
“Protecting Children of Drug Abusing Parents: An Integrated Systems
Approach,” 2000

Maui County Drug Court Presenter, special meeting for policymakers
regarding implementation of new sentencing laws, 2002

Miami-Dade County (FL) Juvenile Court, Presenter, “Addressing the
Special Needs of Women,” Alcohol and Other Drug Training, 1999

Michigan Association of Drug Court Judges, Annual Conference,
Presenter, 2001-05

Michigan Judicial Institute, Presenter, 1999 Annual Conference of
Court of Appeals, Circuit, and Probate Judges, “Drug Courts in the
Michigan Court System & Therapeutic Jurisprudence,” 1999

Michigan Office of Drug Control Policy, Michigan Dept. of Community
Health , “Treatment Strategies & Issues with Methamphetamine
Users,” Plenary speaker, “Application of Treatment Principles to
Methamphetamine Users in the Court,” 2005

Mile High Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Conference: “Women
and Addiction: Healing and Recovery in the 90’s,” Keynote Speech, “A
Woman’s Place is in Treatment;” Breakout session facilitator, “Violence
and the Courts – Educating the Bench” 1995; Keynote, “Promising

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Practices: Linking Health and Criminal Justice for Women and Girls,”

Minnesota Judges’ Conference Faculty, “What’s A Judge To Do?
Pregnant Substance Users and the Role of the Court,” 1994

National Association of Drug Court Professionals National Training
Conferences, Moderator, “Relapse Prevention and the Substance
Abusing Criminal Offender,” 1995; Moderator, “Using Drug Court Skills
Without a Drug Court,” 1996; Panelist, “Cultural, Ethnic and Gender
Issues in Treatment,” 1996; “Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Drug
Treatment Courts” and “Special Issues for Women in Drug Treatment
Courts,” 1997; Moderator, “Treatment Diversity for Drug Court
Participants” and Panelist, “Gender-Specific Issues” 1999; Moderator,
”Gender Specific Issues,” Investing in the Future: Juvenile and Family
Drug Courts 1st Annual Juvenile and Family Drug Court Training
Conference, 2000; Panelist, “Alcoholism,” and Moderator, “Graduates’
Panel” 2000; Panelist, “Co-Occurring Disorders” 2002; Moderator, “The
Great Debate: Medical Management of Drug Abuse,”; Panelist,
“Working with Female Clients,” 2003; The Road to Recovery:
Incorporating Culture in the Drug Court Experience,” 2005; Presenter,
Successful Partnering for Recovery conference, “Working with
Populations Experiencing Mental Health Challenges,” 2006

National Association for Court Management, Panelist, “Courts Move to
the Front End: Ethical Issues for a Changing Judicial System,” 2000

National Association of Women Judges National Conference Panel
member, “Pregnant
Substance Users” and “Domestic Violence and the Courts” 1992;
Moderator, “Hot Topics in Criminal Law,” 1996; and, “Therapeutic
Jurisprudence” and “Judicial Considerations in Sentencing Substance
Abusers,” 1997; Panelist, “Judging on the Edge” 1999

National Center for State Courts, Bureau of Justice Assistance and
State Justice Institute National Drug Conference panel member,
“Pregnant Substance Users,” 1991

National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges Participant,
Institute For Faculty Excellence in Judicial Education, (developed a
model curriculum for alcohol and other drugs and the courts) 1997

National Drug Court Institute, Member, Editorial Board (2005)

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National Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Conference, sponsored by Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention and National March of Dimes, “Getting
to Standards of Care for FAS: Defining Best-Practices,” Presenter,
Judicial Issues, 2001

National GAINS Center, 2004 Conference, “From Science to Services:
Emerging Best Practices for People in Contact with the Justice
System,” Panel, “Problem-Solving Courts: How the Criminal Justice
System Has an Impact on People,” (2004)

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)/National
Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) Participant,
“Workshop on Sentencing Options for Driving Under the Influence
Offenders (DUI),” 1996

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), Keynote
Speaker, “Treating Your Clients’ Alcohol Problems: Lessons from the
Latest Research,” 2002

National Institute of Justice Moderator, “Extending the Drug Court
Rationale to Other Populations/ Applications” 1993

National Leadership Institute, Trainer, 40th Annual Southeastern
School of Alcohol and Other Drug Studies, “Adult Drug Courts:
Working With the Justice System,” 2000

National Legal Aid and Defenders’ Association Substantive Law
Conference, Panel member, “Advocacy for Pregnant and Parenting
Substance-Dependent Women,” 1994

New York State Family Law Judges Association annual conference,
keynote, “What Family Law Judges Need to Know About Mental Health”
and “Domestic Violence and Alcohol and Other Drugs,” 2008

Neuropsychological Consultants, Inc., Center for Substance Abuse
Treatment and Office on National Drug Control Policy, Speaker, 8th
Annual Conference on Behavior, Clinical Neuroscience, Substance
Abuse, and Culture, “Essential Linkages for Court-Ordered Alcohol and
Other Drug Treatment,” 2001

New York Association of Drug Treatment Court Professionals, Inc.
Keynote, “Treatment courts and Co-Occurring Disorders: Connecting
Systems, 2004

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Oklahoma Dept. of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, 18th
Annual Substance Abuse Conference, Speaker, “Double Trouble: Co-
Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disorders,” 2005

Oregon Judicial Department, Regional CLE Program, Speaker, “Co-
Occurring Disorders: The Expectation, not the Exception,” 2006

Pennsylvania Dept. of Health, Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Programs,
western training conference, keynote speaker, 2008

Pennsylvania Dept. of Health, Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Programs,
Pennsylvania Association of Drug Court Professionals, and
Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency, Drug Abuse and
Addiction: Treatment, Enforcement and Sanctions for Adults and
Juveniles Conference, Keynote, “Double Trouble: Treatment Courts
and Co-Occurring Disorders,” and Workshop, “Women’s Issues in Drug
Court,” 2004

Pennsylvania DUI Association, 26th Annual Meeting Keynote Speaker,
“Taking it to the Streets,” 2005

Police Executive Research Forum, Washington, D.C., 9th Annual
Problem Oriented Policing (POPs) Conference, Panelist, “Drug Courts:
Closing the Revolving Door,” 1998

Physicians’ Leadership on National Drug Policy, Participant,
Congressional briefing on drug policy, Washington, DC, 2000

San Mateo County Alcohol & Drug Services and East Bay Community
Recovery Project, Presenter, “Methamphetamine: Moving Research
Findings into Clinical Practice” (2000)

Santa Clara University School of Law’s Center for Social Justice and
Public Service, Speaker, Drug Treatment Courts (2004)

State Bar of California Moderator, Human Rights Committee panel on
pregnant substance abusers, State Bar Convention 1990; Panel
Member, “Criminalization of Pregnant Women: The Ethics of Criminal
and Civil Sanctions Against Pregnant, Substance-Dependent Women,”
Education Institute (1993)

State University New York/Buffalo, , Member, Review Panel, special
issue of Law & Policy on specialized courts, Dr. Jeffrey Butts, Editor

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Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
(SAMHSA) National Conference on Women, “Cycles, Challenges and
Changes: Making a Difference in the Lives of Women, Their Families
and Their Communities,” Panel Member, “Services for Women in the
Criminal Justice System,” 1997; Hawaii Regional Methamphetamine
Conference, Presenter, “The Role of Drug Courts in Methamphetamine
Treatment,” 1999; Expert Panel member, National Adult Drug Court
Evaluation Project, 2009

University of Baltimore School of Law Center for Families, Children and
the Courts, Plenary speaker, “The Science of Addiction” and breakout
speaker “Adolescent Substance Abuse and Addiction” (2005)

University of California, Berkeley, Extension, Seminar, “Criminal
Justice and the Treatment Community,” 2003, 2004, 2005

University of California, Berkeley, Institute for the Study of Social
Change, Seminar, “Therapeutic Jurisprudence,” 2006

University of California, Berkeley, School of Law, Presenter, “Workshop
on Judging” (2000); Extension Faculty, “Alcohol/Drug Treatment:
Interacting with the Criminal Justice System,” (2003)

University of California Santa Barbara Extension, Behavioral & Health
Sciences, Chemical Dependency Seminar, (co-sponsored by Cottage
Health Systems and the Santa Barbara County Probation Department)
“Women’s Special Issues in Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment,”
(1999); “The Court System: Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Offenders
and Issues,” (2000). The Alcohol and Other Drug Certificate program
closed in 2001.

Utah Substance Abuse & Anti-Violence Coordinating Council 1996
Mini-Summit: Criminal and Juvenile Treatment Strategies – Treatment
Works! Presenter, “Criminal Justice-Treatment Collaboration:
Elements of a Comprehensive System From Treatment Through
Reintegration” and “Treatment for Special Populations” 1996

Virginia Association of Drug Court Professionals Annual Conference,
Plenary Speaker, “Opiate Replacement Medications and Drug Courts,”

Washington District & Municipal Court Judges Spring Program, Plenary
Speaker, “Times of Change,” 2003

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Wayne County Circuit Drug Courts (Detroit MI), Panelist, Drug Court
Judges’ Retreat, 1999

Western Michigan University, Department of Criminal Justice, Panel
member, “Drug Treatment Courts: Applied Therapeutic Jurisprudence,”

Women Judges’ Fund for Justice SJI-funded Project Chair, “Pregnant
Women Substance Users: Considerations for Sentencing” 1994-96

International Programs:

American Psychology-Law Society and European Association of
Psychology & Law, Psychology and Law International Conference,
Moderator, “Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Judging,” Trinity College,
Dublin, Ireland, 1999

Australian Institute of Criminology In service training, “Women
Defendants in Court,” Canberra, Australia (2006)

Australian Institute of Judicial Administration in cooperation with the
Magistrates Court of Western Australia, the International Network on
Therapeutic Jurisprudence, the University of Miami's Institute on Law,
Psychiatry and Psychology, Edith Cowan University's School of
Psychology, Faculty of Business and Law and School of Law and
Justice, the International Association of Drug Treatment Courts,
William and Mary Law School's Therapeutic Jurisprudence Program and
the Association of Australian Magistrates, Third International
Conference on Therapeutic Jurisprudence, Keynote, “The Synergy
Between Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Drug Treatment Courts,”

Canadian Association of Provincial Court Judges and the National
Judicial Institute, Presenter, “How Judges Apply the Problem-Solving
Lens to Confront Complex Social Problems in their Courts,” St.
John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, 2003

Centro de Studios de Justice de Las Americas (Justice Study Centers of
the Americas), Diego Portales University and Paz Ciudadana,
Presenter, “New Trends in the Justice System,” Santiago, Chile, 2008

Consejo Nacional para el Control de Estupefacientes (CONACE)
(National Council on Drug Control), “Drug Treatment Courts:

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An International Response to Substance Abuse,” Santiago, Chile, 2010

Foundation Helg and Medical College No. 2, Presenter, International
Symposium “HIV/AIDS and Drug Dependence,” Ulyanovsk, Russia,

Glenn M. Weaver Institute of Law and Psychiatry, University of
Cincinnati College of Law & The Fetzer Institute, “Therapeutic
Jurisprudence: The Second International Conference, Panel chair, “TJ
Issues in Criminal Law,” and Presenter, “Further Implications of TJ for
Judicial Satisfaction,” Cincinnati, Ohio 2001

Government of Bermuda “Bridging the Gap: Developing Human
Potential by Building Bridges to Success,” Conference workshop
presenter: “What Every Judge Needs to Know about Mental Health”
and “Women’s Special Mental Health Issues,” 2009

Griffith University School of Criminology, Crime Talk, “Fundamentals of
Problem-Solving Courts,” Brisbane, Australia (2006)

Institute for Advanced Judicial Training, “Drug Courts in Israel,” Neve
Ilan, Israel, 2006

International Centre for Healing and the Law, Planning Retreat team,

International Conference on Social Justice Research, 5th Annual
Conference, Panel member, Judicial Education 1995

International Network on Therapeutic Jurisprudence at the University
of Puerto Rico and Institute on Law, Psychiatry and Psychology at the
University of Miami School of Law, First International Conference on
Therapeutic Jurisprudence, Plenary Speaker, “The Application of
Therapeutic Jurisprudence” and “Specialist Courts: The Therapeutic
Role and Potential of Specialist Courts;” Chair, Symposium “Impact of
the Adversarial Trial System,” Behavioural Science and Law Network
University of Southampton, England 1998

International Academy of Law and Mental Health, XXVth Anniversary
Congress on Law and Mental Health, Panelist, “Therapeutic
Jurisprudence: Achieving Legal and Therapeutic Goals in Specialized
Courts,” Siena, Italy, 2000; XXIXth International Congress on Law and
Mental Health, Mental Health Summit, Presenter, “Collaborative,
Problem-Solving Courts,” 2005

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International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect,
XVIth Congress “Children in a Changing World: Getting It Right,”
participant invited symposia on legal issues and substance misuse,
“The Need for Unified Family Courts” and “Family Dependency Drug
Courts in the United States,” (2006) York, UK

Japanese Judges’/Bar Association & Freedom Treatment Program,
Lecturer, “Drug Treatment Courts,” Tokyo, Kyoto & Osaka, Japan,

John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York,
Speaker, International Conference “Justice and Policing in Diverse
Societies, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 2008

Middle Eastern/Mediterranean Summer Institute on Drug Use,
Presenter, Jerusalem, Israel 2006

New Zealand Institute of Judicial Studies, “Judicial Use of Problem
Solving Techniques, Auckland, NZ 2010

National Judicial Institute/Institut National de la Magistrature, Ottawa,
Ontario, Canada, Member, Advisory Committee on Problem-Solving
Jurisprudence, 2002

Psychology & Law International Conference, Panel member, “Problem
Solving Courts: An International Perspective;” Presenter, “Factors
Affecting Judicial Satisfaction in Therapeutic Courtrooms,” Edinburgh,
Scotland, 2003

Raad voor de rechtspraak (Council for Court-Jurisdiction), The Hague,
Symposium: “Jurisdiction and Addiction: Can we do it differently?
American Drug Courts as an alternative,” Utrecht, The Netherlands

State University New York, Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY, 18th Annual
Conference, “Counseling & Treating People of Colour, An International
Perspective,” Speaker, Addressing Major Problems in the International
Arena, “Strategies of Courts in HIV/AIDS Prevention,” Southampton,
Bermuda 2004

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Center for Judicial Education and Research:

The B.E. Witkin Judicial College of California Dean, 1997-98; Associate
Dean, 1995-96;Faculty, 1987-present (landlord/tenant, consumer law,
small claims, unlawful detainer, trials, alcohol and other drugs and the
courts); Planning Committee, 1988-91 and 1993-present, Vice-Chair
1995-96; Chair 1996-98.

New Judge Orientation Chair 1997-98; Faculty 1988-present
(landlord/tenant, small claims, sentencing, civil law and motion,
criminal pretrials, trials, evidence, civil settlements, fairness, conduct,
and ethics); Planning Committee 1988-91 and 93-98.

Continuing Judicial Studies Program Faculty 1988-92 and 1995-
present (consumer law, civil law and procedure, AIDS and the courts,
domestic violence, alcohol and other drugs and the courts, co-
occurring mental health disorders); Planning Committee 1992-95.

Civil Law Institute Faculty 1991-92, 1998; Chair 1992.

Municipal and Justice Courts Institute Faculty, Planning Committee and
Seminar Leader 1987 and 1990.

Proposition 115 Workshops Faculty, “Voir Dire under 115” 1990.

Juvenile Law Institute Panel Member, “Alcohol and Other Drugs in the
Juvenile Court,” 1994.

National Judicial College:

 Faculty 1993-present (small claims, alcohol and other drugs and the
courts, fairness and the courts, adjudication of driving under the
influence cases, sentencing the domestic violence and alcohol/drug
offender, special populations in drug courts). Planning Committee and
faculty, BJA-funded, “Practical Aspects of Substance Abuse Issues in
Criminal Cases: Insights for the Trial Judge” 1997-99. Group
Discussion Leader, “The Changing Role of Judges: Community Focused
Courts,” 1998. Planning Committee and Faculty, BJS-funded “Co-
Occurring Disorders,” 2000-2006.

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The Rutter Group:

Faculty, Real Property Litigation Seminar, 1991; “Hot Topics in
Unlawful Detainer Litigation,” 1993; and developed and produced
videotapes and materials in substance abuse and mental stress 1993-
98, 2001-08 and in fairness/bias 1995-98.


Co-Author with Deborah J. Chase, “The Best Seat in the House: The
Court Assignment and Judicial Satisfaction,” 47 Family Court Review
(April 2009)

Co-Author with Theodore Stalcup, “Drug Treatment Courts in the
Twenty-first Century: The Evolution of the Revolution in Problem-
Solving Courts,” 42 Georgia Law Review 3 (Spring 2008)

Co-Author with Patricia Marinelli-Casey, et al., “Drug court treatment
for methamphetamine dependence: Treatment response and post-
treatment outcomes,” Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 34
(2008) 242-248.

“The Female Drug User: Risk Factors and Prejudices,” Substance Use
and Misuse 42:2-3 (2007)

“The Synergy Between Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Drug Treatment
Courts,” Greg Reinhardt & Dr. Andrew Cannon, Eds., TRANSFORMING
of Judicial Administration Incorporated (2007)

Editorial Staff, Drug Court Review, National Drug Court Institute

“Trading One Drug for Another? What Drug Treatment Court
Professionals Need to Learn About Opioid Replacement Therapy,” Vol.2
(4) Journal of Maintenance in the Addictions, The Hayworth Press

Co-Author with Deborah Chase, “Judicial Satisfaction When Judging in
a Therapeutic Key,” Contemporary Issues in Law (UK), 7(1) (2003-

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Co-Author with Hon. William Schma and Blair Carlson, M.D., “Special
Issues in Treatment: Drug Courts,” in Principles of Addiction Medicine
Third Edition AW Graham, TK Schultz, M Mayo-Smith, RK Ries, eds.
Chevy Chase, MD: American Society of Addiction Medicine, Inc.
“A Dozen Years of Drug Treatment Courts: Uncovering our Theoretical
Foundation and the Construction of a Mainstream Paradigm,” 37
Substance Use & Misuse 1469; DRUG COURTS: Current Issues and
Future Perspectives," L. Harrison, F. Scarpitti, M. Amir and S. Einstein,
Eds., Office of International Criminal Justice, ISBN 0942511972,
Co-author with Deborah J. Chase, “The Implications of Therapeutic
Jurisprudence for Judicial Satisfaction,” 37 Court Review 12 (Spring

Co-author with Hon. William G. Schma and John T.A. Rosenthal,
“Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the Drug Treatment Court Movement:
Revolutionizing the Criminal Justice System’s Response to Drug Abuse
and Crime in America,” 74 Notre Dame Law Review 439 (Jan. 1999)
cited in Terry v. Superior Court 1999 Daily Journal D.A.R. 7253 (July
15, 1999). (Cited over 100 times in Lexis/Nexis)

Co-author with Hon. William G. Schma, “Legal Intervention” chapter
in ADDICTION INTERVENTION: Strategies to Motivate Treatment-
Seeking Behavior, White & Wright, Eds., The Haworth Press (1998)

Co-author with Hon. William G. Schma, “Therapeutic Jurisprudence,”
84 Judicature 8 (July-August 1998)

“A Nation’s Long Courtship With Drugs,” a review of Hep-Cats, Narcs
and Pipe Dreams: A History of America’s Romance With Illegal Drugs
(Scribner, 1997) in San Francisco Daily Journal (and other
publications) (Jan. 6, 1997) at 5.

Co-author with Barrie Becker, Esq., “Judicial Considerations When
Sentencing Pregnant Substance Users,” 35 The Judges’ Journal 2
(Summer 1996)

A Check List for County Officials to Assess Jail Conditions for Women
Published by (CEWAER) (1995)

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Co-author with Laurie Drabble, Executive Director, California Women’s
Commission on Alcohol and Drug Dependencies, Women and
Substance Abuse published by California Elected Women’s Association
for Education and Research (CEWAER) (1994)

Co-author with Barrie Becker, Esq., “The Legal Community’s Response
to Drug Use During Pregnancy in the Criminal Sentencing and
Dependency Contexts: A Survey of Judges, Prosecuting Attorneys, and
Defense Attorney in Ten California Cities,” 2 Southern California
Review of Law and Women’s Studies 537 (Spring 1993)

Book Review of Judging Judges by Preble Stolz, (The Free Press, N.Y.
1981) 22 Santa Clara Law Review 579 (Spring, 1982)


Chosen as a 2009 Thinker in Residence for therapeutic jurisprudence
and restorative justice in Adelaide, South Australia. Judge Hora will
spend three months developing recommendations for the government.

Rose Bird Award, outstanding woman jurist, California Women Lawyers

2008 Inducted into the Alameda County Women's Hall of Fame

2005 Judicial Leadership and Service Award, Alameda County
Probation Department

2004 recipient of the Bernard S. Jefferson Judicial Education Award
from the California Judges’ Association

2002    Inducted into Stanley M. Goldstein Drug Court Hall of Fame

2001 National Association of Drug Court Professionals, Outstanding
Leadership Award

1999    Woman of the Year, State of California Legislature

1996    Distinguished Alumni, Community College League of California

1994 Outstanding Alumna Awards, Political Science Department,
California State University, Hayward

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1994 Community Service Award, Delta Kappa Gamma, Alpha Omega

1990 Associated Students of Chabot College endowment of the
Judge Peggy Hora Scholarship

1989     Alumnus of the Year, California State University, Hayward

1988 Woman Helping Women Award, Soroptimist International of
San Leandro

1986     The World Who's Who of Women

1986 Outstanding Bay Area Business Woman, American Business
Women's Association

1985     Who's Who in California

1985 Woman of Achievement, Emeryville Business & Professional
Women's Club

1984 Recipient, Reed L. Buffington, Outstanding Alumnus Award,
Chabot College

1984 Woman of the Year, San Leandro Business & Professional
Women's Club

1982 Legal Services National Client's Council, Valuable Service

1981     Outstanding Young Woman of America

1978 Woman Helping Women Award, Soroptimist International of
San Leandro

1975     Finalist, Danforth Fellowship national competition

1975 Outstanding Woman Graduate, Women's Studies Committee,
California State University, Hayward

1972     Language Arts Scholarship, Chabot College Faculty

1972    Gladiator of the Year, Chabot College Faculty

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Teaching Experience:

   •   American University, Washington DC

   •   California State University, East Bay

   •   Chabot College, Hayward CA

   •   Claremont Colleges

   •   Diego Portales University (Santiago, Chile)

   •   Fordham University School of Law

   •   Griffith University, Brisbane AU

   •   John F. Kennedy University

   •   Santa Clara University School of Law

   •   University of Baltimore School of Law

   •   University of California, Berkeley

   •   University of California, Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law

   •   University of California, Berkeley, Institute for the Study of
       Social Change

   •   University of California, Los Angeles

   •   University of California, Santa Barbara

   •   University of California, Santa Cruz

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