Laura Enderton-Speed

Laura Enderton-Speed

Adjunct Professor of Law - BEAT

Laura Enderton-Speed is a 2008 graduate of McGeorge School of Law. Enderton-Speed has been an adjunct professor at McGeorge since 2010, teaching Practical Analysis, Strategies, and Skills (PASS) I & II. Enderton-Speed is also currently the Director of the Leadership Support Services for the Judicial Council of California overseeing Judicial Council Support, Trial Court Leadership, Appellate Court Services, Special Projects, and Conference and Print Production. Enderton-Speed was formerly the Supervising Attorney of Governmental Affairs for the Judicial Council. Enderton-Speed previously served as the governmental relations and legislative officer for the County of Sacramento, as division chief in the Office of Stakeholder Relations with the California Public Employees Retirement System, as deputy chief of external affairs at the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, and as a policy consultant for the Senate Republican Policy Office. Enderton-Speed earned her bachelor’s degree in political science from San Jose State University.


BA, Political Science, San Jose State University

JD, University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law