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LACBA hosts court symposium

By Justin Kloczko | Nov. 9, 2018
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Nov. 9, 2018

LACBA hosts court symposium

Outgoing Los Angeles County Superior Court Presiding Judge Daniel Buckley introduced a panel of judges and attorneys Thursday as part of the 2018 Complex Court Symposium hosted by the Los Angeles County Bar Association.


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Outgoing Los Angeles County Superior Court Presiding Judge Daniel Buckley introduced a panel of judges and attorneys Thursday as part of the 2018 Complex Court Symposium hosted by the Los Angeles County Bar Association. They discussed how to best navigate a complex case. Buckley also announced that two complex courtrooms will be added in February, expanding the number to nine. "That's a significant increase," Buckley said. From left, Buckley, Kiesel Law's Jeffrey Koncius, Amy Laurendeau of O'Melveny & Myers LLP, and LA Superior Court Judges John Shepard Wiley Jr., Carolyn Kuhl, Glenda Sanders and Edward J. Weil.

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