Free Webinar: The History of Black Lawyers, Black Judges, and Black Bar Associations In California
February 24 @ 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm
Free event! No MCLE. This program is not being recorded for future viewing.
Presented by the California Lawyers Association Racial Justice Committee. Co-sponsored by the Superior Court of California, County of San Francisco; Superior Court of California, County of Alameda; National Bar Association, Region IX
The Honorable Judge Charles Smiley, who has written a soon to be published book regarding: “The History of Black Lawyers, Black Judges, and Black Bar Associations In California,” will discuss his in depth research over the past 25 years regarding the rich, triumphant, and sometimes heartbreaking history of Black lawyers, Black judges, and Black Bar Associations in California and the United States. This is one very educational Black History Month Program that you do not want to miss.
Keynote Speaker: Honorable Judge Charles Smiley, Presiding Judge of the Alameda Superior Court
Introductory Remarks: Honorable Judge Suzanne R. Bolanos, Chair of the San Francisco Superior Court Elimination of Bias Committee
Introduction of Keynote Speaker: Terrance J. Evans, Partner at Duane Morris LLP; Co-Chair of CLA Racial Justice Committee; Director of Region IX of the National Bar Association
This event is limited to the live presentation and will not be recorded, nor will CLE credit be offered.