C., where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree, majoring in government.
She finished her law school education at New York Law School, where she earned her Juris Doctor degree in 1965.
The rules, objectives and prizes often change for each year with the exception of meeting Sheindlin as always being a part of the grand prize.
But I was never a great filter of myself even when I sat on the bench in New York. And if you annoy me, or if you lie to me, or if I feel as if you're trying to obfuscate the truth, you're going to get on my bad side. On March 30, 2011, Sheindlin was admitted to the hospital after she fainted on the set of her show while handling a case.Now sometimes that got you into a little bit of hot water; here they seem to like it. She was released the next day, and it was later learned that she suffered a mini-stroke.To celebrate the premiere of the show's 18th season back in 2013, a flash mob consisting of scores of people dressed in judge's robes took to the streets and created a Judge Judy music video.In an interview with Entertainment Tonight (ET) on May 3, 2013, Sheindlin said, "I have my walls full of Daytime Emmy Award nominations." When ET's interviewer asked Sheindlin if she thought she would ever win the award, she replied: I don't know.And I think that the American viewing audience can tell when somebody's not being honest—when somebody's peeing on their leg and telling them it's raining.
I think part of the reason I was selected to do this job was because I don't filter myself very well.
Judith Susan Sheindlin (née Blum; born October 21, 1942), professionally known as Judge Judy, is an American prosecution lawyer, former Manhattan family court judge, television personality, television producer, and author.
Since September 1996, Sheindlin has presided over her own successful Daytime Emmy Award–winning Arbitration-based courtshow series, Judge Judy, produced by Big Ticket Entertainment.
So I say to myself 'you want the Emmy or you want a job? ' Sheindlin's status as longest serving judge or arbitrator in courtroom-themed programming history rewarded her a place in the prestigious Guinness World Records on September 14, 2015, as part of her court show's 20th anniversary celebration.
In July 2010 when Sheindlin's contract was renewed, her salary increased to million per year.
Moreover, Sheindlin is the longest serving judge or arbitrator in courtroom-themed programming history—a distinction that rewarded Sheindlin a place in the Guinness World Records in September 2015 as part of the program's 20th anniversary season.