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Slideshow, Community News

Litigation firm Frost LLP co-sponsored, along with their client WasteXperts, a sanitation and conservation company that handle...


Community News

The program, which has awarded over $7 million to more than 300 students, aims to support students who demonstrate academic pr...



Community News

Christen Press and Tobin Heath of the U.S. women's national soccer team were honored for their dedication to the cause.


Community News

SCCLA celebrates at 49th banquet event

Jun. 3, 2024
By Jack Needham



Community News

The awards were handed out Thursday night at a gala in downtown Los Angeles.


Slideshow, Community News

The San Fernando Valley Bar Association held its Annual Judges' Night on Thursday, May 16 at the Woodland Hills Country Club. ...



Community News

More than 400 people attended the legal nonprofit's annual luncheon.


Community News



State Bar & Bar Associations, Community News, Civil Rights

"One thing I hope people walk away with tonight is we do not want to repeat history with the same fear-based politics and vitr...


State Bar & Bar Associations, Community News

Sacramento bar association marks historic milestone

Apr. 26, 2024
By Malcolm Maclachlan

Women now occupy the roles of chief judge of the federal court in Sacramento, presiding judge of the superior court and presid...



Community News, Civil Rights

The picks meet the president's usual pattern of choosing women while emphasizing diversity both in racial background and prof...


Community News

The program aimed to introduce students to the Seventh Amendment and the right to a civil jury trial, while also exposing them...



Ethics/Professional Responsibility, Community News

Judges give young attorneys a lesson in decorum

Apr. 15, 2024
By Skyler Romero

If all else fails, "conjure your inner Swiftie and 'shake it off'," says Los Angeles County Superior Court Presiding Judge Sam...


Community News

Laurie Levenson to be honored by LA County Law Library

Mar. 20, 2024
By Douglas Saunders Sr.

Capri Maddox, general manager of the Los Angeles Civil, Human Rights and Equity Department, will also be honored at the April ...



Capri Maddox, general manager of the Los Angeles Civil, Human Rights and Equity Department, will also be honored at the April ...


Intellectual Property, Community News

Judges speak to IP lawyers in Southern California

Mar. 13, 2024
By Jessica Lynn Murray

A joint session of the IP law associations for Los Angeles and Orange County included a couple of big announcements.



Law Practice, Community News

The event is being held in San Francisco.


Judges and Judiciary, Community News

Los Angeles County Superior Court has a family of judges. Judge Maria Hernandez-Stern was sworn in by her father and brother, ...



Community News


Family, Community News

The nonprofit said Stacy Horth-Neubert’s background in pro bono legal service and equal justice advocacy positions her well to...



Events, Community News

The dinner was postponed last year because of a hotel union strike.


The aging courthouse has been closed to the public for most of January because of burst water pipes.



Community News

About 1,000 people attended the event that honored David Rudorfer of Panish Shea Boyle Ravipudi LLP, Los Angeles County Presid...



Court officials said they did not know when it would reopen.


Law Practice, Community News

San Diego Legal Aid Society gets new leader

Jan. 22, 2024
By Douglas Saunders Sr.

Joanne Franciscus has held several positions during 11 years at Legal Aid, most recently chief operating officer, overseeing d...



Community News, California Courts of Appeal

Epstein died last March. He retired as presiding judge of Division 4 of the 2nd District in 2018. He had served 28 years on th...


Community News

Consumer Attorneys of San Diego to honor 6 at annual dinner

Jan. 18, 2024
By Douglas Saunders Sr.

Joshua D. Gruenberg of Gruenberg Law will be honored as Lawyer of the Year.



Judges and Judiciary, Community News

There are nine contested races for Superior Court seats in Los Angeles County, including two challenges to incumbents. Several...


Community News

Public Counsel receives $3M from Mackenzie Scott

Jan. 11, 2024
By Douglas Saunders Sr.

“The gift is the single largest contribution in Public Counsel’s 54-year history and will provide an unprecedented boost to ou...