Summer is ramping up and the sun is out, so naturally it’s time to grab a cold glass of lemonade and browse through a list of online marketing resources. Fortunately, rather than making you pull up the feedreader and scroll through hundreds of marketing articles, I’ve condensed the past month into a few key blog posts you may have missed (but should definitely read).
This month at the ACBA we’re celebrating summer with our popular Summer Reception, four MCLE trainings, a Labor and Employment Roundtable, and lunch with Judge Colwell!
California woke to wonderful news from the U.S. Supreme Court: same-sex marriage rights have been extended to residents of all 50 states.
The Board of Governors’ Admissions and Education Committee recently voted to move a plan forward to increase the number of hours of Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) that active attorneys must complete.
We had a legal blog planned today, but in honor of the Golden State Warriors’ big win (and our office’s proximity to the parade) we’re dedicating this post to Warriors fans! We’re located at 11th and Broadway, right at the start line for the parade, giving us a great view of the start of the parade.
Check out our fast-forwarded time-lapse of the parade and selected photos below. Check out our Facebook page for more photos.
In honor of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day we’re shinning our spotlight on the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office Elder/Dependent Adult Protection unit. Elder abuse cases are vastly under-reported. The unit, staffed by […]
Big changes are afoot in legal education generally – there’s more emphasis on experiential learning and on placements outside of the school environment, and enrollment has been significantly reduced in many schools. The latest change to loom on the horizon is a significant shift in the time honored barrier to practice: the Bar Exam.
Sharon Ceasar, a graduate of UC Hastings College of the Law, is a criminal defense attorney based in Berkeley. In addition to being a member of the ACBA, Sharon is a Court Appointed Attorneys Program (CAAP) panel attorney, approved for Class IV and V misdemeanor cases. CAAP panel attorneys represent indigent criminal defendants whenever the public defender is restrained by a conflict of interest.
The U.S. Supreme Court and the U.S. Tax Court recently issued clarifications on a couple of issues many of your clients will encounter.
With the dust somewhat settled on the mobile update we’ve been discussing for the past couple months, May was a good time to get back to marketing basics. Here are some of the top articles on search engine optimization(SEO), social media, and internet marketing that you may have missed over the last few weeks: