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In 2006, Judge Sheindlin received a prestigious Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, situated next to her good friend, the legendary actor, Sidney Poitier.
In 2014, Judge Sheindlin was the subject of a front page story in The New York Times, "Others Fade, But Judge Judy is Forever," which discussed her significant impact on television and tremendous popularity around the world.
Both books were designed as tools to help parents interact with their children and teach fundamental moral values.
Judge Sheindlin's third book for adults, "Keep It Simple, Stupid: You're Smarter Than You Look," also on the New York Times best seller list, published in 2000, shares her wisdom and opinions on solving everyday family squabbles.
In the family court she earned a reputation as one of New York's most effective judges.
Judge Sheindlin is credited with pioneering an "open court policy," allowing the public and the media to view the family court process.
Also in 2006, she co-founded "Her Honor Mentoring" with her daughter Nicole Sheindlin, which combines the power of youth and the wisdom of experience to inspire young women to reach their full potential.
In 2007, Judge Sheindlin was named one of the top celebrities in entertainment in Forbes' "Celebrity 100" List. Her second DVD, "Second to None," was released in 2008.That same year, a Reader's Digest survey placed Judge Sheindlin among the "100 Most Trusted Americans." She also received the prestigious "VP/Law Society" from the University College Dublin for her contributions to family law and legal academia.She was the first family court judge to ever receive such an honor.Also in 2014, Judge Sheindlin received "The Mary Pickford Award" for her innovative leadership and commitment to the mentorship of women in the workplace.She published her second book based on her website, "What Would Judy Say: Be The Hero Of Your Own Story." Judge Sheindlin provided this book free of charge through her social media outlets.In 1995, Judge Sheindlin published her first book, "Don't Pee On My Leg and Tell Me It's Raining," in which she offers her insight into how and why the family court fails in its mission to impact shattered families.