Dine with a Judge events are great ways for new lawyers to get to know judicial officers in our area. But don’t just take our word for it! Check out what one recent participant had to say about his lunch with Justice Terence Bruiniers:
We’ve got a full month of networking and continued education classes planned for April. Don’t miss out on our tech tips webinar series or our Spring Open House!
The next meeting of the Governance in the Public Interest Taskforce, there will be discussion on the organizational structure and functions of the California State Bar. Currently, we have a ‘unified’ bar with two stated roles: 1) protection of the public and 2) advancing the legal profession. All of us must be members of the State Bar in order to practice in California.
We’re excited to announce that the next Dine with a Judge lunch will be with Justice Terence Bruiniers from the First District Court of Appeal, Division Five. He generously answered a few questions before the 30th.
For Immediate Release Date: March 8, 2016 Contact: Valerie Brown Lescroart, (510) 302-2215, email@example.com The Alameda County Bar Association Joins Bar Associations Around California and California State Bar President, David […]
The year got off to a fast start, with Google making the decision earlier this month to move their desktop ads from the right side of the search results up to the top. Now up to four ads are being placed above the organic search results, a change that Search Engine Land is calling, “a net positive for paid desktop search and PPC marketers.”
On February 2, 2016, a day after the European Union (EU) deadline had passed, the US and the European Union announced a deal on the methods by which US businesses can gather personal customer information from across the Atlantic without violating EU regulations on internet privacy.