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In 2000, Judge Sheindlin received the "Distinguished Alumni Award" from New York Law School.In 2003, "60 Minutes II" interviewed Judge Sheindlin; updating the original "60 Minutes" classic from a decade earlier. Later that year, VH1 named Judge Sheindlin one of the "200 Greatest Pop Culture Icons." In 2004, Judge Sheindlin was named International Spokesperson for North Shore Animal League America to promote pet adoptions throughout the United States and the world.In 2015, Judge Sheindlin signed a multi-year contract through the 2020 broadcast season.The new agreement includes a joint venture with CBS Television Distribution and Judge Sheindlin's Queen Bee Productions to produce new programming.She was a recipient of a "Brandon Tartikoff Legacy Award," named after the broadcasting pioneer.In 2012, Judge Sheindlin was inducted into the esteemed Broadcasting & Cable "Hall of Fame" for her contributions to the television business.In 1982, then New York Mayor Edward Koch appointed her to the bench.In 1986, she was appointed the Supervising Judge in Manhattan's Family Court.
She was tapped to teach all newly elected and appointed Family Court Judges for almost a decade.
Both books were designed as tools to help parents interact with their children and teach fundamental moral values.