Presented by: JUDGE BRETT LONDON
James Madison is one of the most remarkable, and least recognized of the
founding fathers. He is our Nation’s fourth president, and the Father of the
Constitution and the Bill of Rights -- our nation’s two most important
government documents. Madison preserved our freedom and
independence by successfully leading our country through the War of
1812, becoming the only sitting president to accompany troops into battle.
Yet, there are no great edifices in his honor like the Washington monument
or the Jefferson memorial. He is not on Mount Rushmore. His image is
not on our money. Indeed, Madison is our least appreciated and least known founding father.
Judge London’s career and character-building experiences span from gardener to taxi driver to
Superior Court Judge. He received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in English from Cal-State
University, Fullerton and his Juris Doctor, Cum Laude, from Brigham Young University. Brett
and his wife Donna live in Lake Forest and are the parents of six adult children.