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Eleanor M. Donohue, American lawyer, specializing in the field of Family Law, Juvenile Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution Semi-retired.


Donohue, Eleanor M. was born on June 15, 1935 in New York City. Daughter of Patrick Joseph and Beatrice Anne (Bligh) Donohue.


Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics, Mount St. Vincent College, 1956. Juris Doctor, University Santa Clara, 1984. Master of Arts in Counseling, University Santa Clara, 1985.


Computer specialist International Business Machines Corporation, New York City, 1956—1958. Real estate salesperson Shannon & Luchs, Wheaton, Maryland, 1967—1968. Teacher Cupertino Union School District, California, 1974—1981.

Sole practice San Jose, California, since 1985. Instructor family law De Anza Community College, since 1987. Judge pro tempore Superior Court California, since 1986.

Director SCS Office Concepts. Founder St. Michaels Montessori School, New York City. Member Child Abuse Prevention Council, Santa Clara County, California, Child Advocacy Panel, Santa Clara County.


Married Harry Foster Smith Donohue, February 15, 1958 (divorced June 1978). Children: Elizabeth, Jennifer, H. Foster, Pamela, Edwin Malachy, Andrea.