Judge Faith


Judge Faith is an arbitration-based reality court show presided over by former New York District Attorney Prosecutor Faith Jenkins. The show airs in syndication and premieres September 22, 2014.

Faith graduated with a bachelor’s degree in political science from Louisiana Tech University and a J.D. from Southern University’s law school in Baton Rouge, LA where she ranked #1 in her law class. Her first job out of law school was in New York City, as a litigator at Sidley Austin. After five years as a Wall Street litigator, Faith joined the Manhattan District Attorney’s office as a criminal prosecutor. Faith transitioned back into private practice with a New York litigation firm specializing in resolving business disputes, white-collar defense and government investigations, as well as other civil and criminal matters. She is a former beauty queen, serving as Miss Louisiana in 2000 and became first runner up to Miss America in 2001.