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Entertainment & Sports, Community News

heir last show was the Violins of Hope concert in March 2020 at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre.

Community News, California Courts of Appeal

Law Practice, Environmental & Energy, Community News, Appellate Practice

Founded two years ago to assist with disaster recovery amid the dual crises of COVID-19 and devastating wildfires, California ...

Judges and Judiciary, Community News

The National Judicial College is celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2023 with special programs scheduled in Miami, New York ...

Judges and Judiciary, Community News, 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals

The prize will be awarded on March 18 at a ceremony in San Diego. Wallace has been a federal judge for 50 years, first on the ...

Community News

“Stanley’s accomplishments are many, and we are proud that he now joins an esteemed group of Learned Hand alumni over these pa...

Community News

Bay Area firms band together to end domestic violence

Oct. 26, 2021
By Douglas Saunders Sr.

Banding Together to End Domestic Violence is an annual attorney battle-of-the-bands fundraiser benefiting the Family Violence ...

Community News

“We’re proud to provide crucial emergency support to our scholars — helping them find meaningful work, overcome financial chal...

Community News, Civil Litigation

The Social Justice Legal Foundation, started in January by Hueston Hennigan LLP, has taken on five complaints of police miscon...

In Recess, Community News

‘Word Nerd’

Oct. 18, 2021

“This word is ubiquitous, and it is, the vast majority of the time, used incorrectly — or not in its historic meaning,” said L...

Legal Education, Community News

The Yoka-Panish Civil Justice Fellowship will allow first-year students to participate in two five-week civil trials, working ...

Legal Education, Community News

Sept. 30 is the deadline to apply for the program that lets students network with attorneys through mentoring sessions and moc...

State Bar & Bar Associations, Judges and Judiciary, Community News

Judge Guilford spent nearly 14 years on the federal bench before joining Judicate West last year.

Corporate, Community News, Books

Veta Richardson’s book is “Take Six: Essential Habits To Own Your Destiny, Overcome Challenges, And Unlock Opportunities.”

Law Office Management, Community News

The new office is on the 33rd floor of City National Plaza in downtown Los Angeles, home to other major law firms including Jo...

Legal Education, Community News

The winners appeared virtually Aug. 5 to read summaries of their papers to members of the California Supreme Court Historical ...

Law Practice, Community News

Masks, social distancing ribbons, fewer parties, COVID requirements and a new venue await 2,500 expected attendees at the Cons...

Community News

The Singers in Law to perform at Dodger Stadium

Aug. 12, 2021
By Kamila Knaudt

The Jazz vocal quartet of lawyers and a former court reporter will sing an a cappella arrangement of the national anthem.

Community News

The Jazz vocal quartet of lawyers and a former court reporter will sing an a capella arrangement of the national anthem.

Legal Education, Community News

The commencement featured Oscar-winning actress Viola Davis, who told graduates to live bravely and truthfully.

Legal Education, Community News

The commencement featured Oscar-winning actress Viola Davis, who told graduates to live bravely and truthfully.

Litigation & Arbitration, Community News

The alternative dispute resolution firm will be at 12730 High Bluff Drive in the Del Mar Heights neighborhood.

Legal Education, Law Practice, Community News, Civil Litigation

Founders Richard L. Hasen and David Kaye said the unfettered growth of digital media and the spread of misinformation made the...

Military Law, Legal Education, Community News

McGeorge has about 30 students who are veterans and has had a Military Law Society chapter for the past 20 years, created to h...

Judges and Judiciary, Community News

“This mentor program supports our efforts to identify the best and brightest judicial candidates from throughout the state, co...

Government, Community News

The map allows the public to learn about each state’s current and proposed laws on the subject and allows for comparison betwe...

Judges and Judiciary, Community News

In an effort to expand diversity on the bench, the governor’s judicial appointments secretary, Luis Céspedes, formed an execut...

Law Practice, Community News

The latest outpost of the nonprofit's Workers' Rights Clinic was opened in partnership with Grace Bible Fellowship of Antioch,...

Judges and Judiciary, Community News

“I really want to be that group where our colleagues feel sane, scholarly and secure and that encompasses wellness and mental ...