This program will examine the intersection between ethics and diversity, equity and inclusion in the legal industry. Topics will include leveraging diversity to maximize the benefits of diversity of thought and experience in providing legal services, under-representation as systemic inequality in traditional law firm/organizational culture, the importance of meaningful diversity initiatives vs. cosmetic change. The prohibition of discrimination, harassment and retaliation and the lawyer’s duties under Rule of Professional Conduct 8.4.1 and other laws will also be discussed.
How the State Bar’s new Rule prohibiting discriminatory conduct in the practice of law could be used to prosecute the partners whose emails revealed appalling opinions of minorities and women, and the determination not to hire certain ethnic groups.
This annual training for bar association leaders brings education, timely issues, and community together. Past topics have included association best practices, volunteer management, member engagement, governance, communication, finance, diversity initiatives, strategic planning psychological safety, and trends in bars.
Real Property Law Section monthly discussion of new real property cases, a guest interview, and announcement of upcoming RPLS events.
We'll be back in San Diego in 2023 for our biggest event of the year.
Let's make history! NOTE: THE GALA IS CURRENTLY SOLD OUT AND ONSITE TICKETS WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE On September 23, 2023, history will be made for the second time in…
Intellectual property (IP) is a practice area for which many clients seek legal advice (or don't know they should). IP issues can be complex and daunting, from patents to copyrights to trademarks to trade secrets.
This webinar will introduce the audience to the developments of the right to privacy and data protection laws in Latin America and current trends in the region.
This webinar will introduce attendees to three of the newly appointed Justices on the California Court of Appeal: Justices Hernaldo Baltodano (2d Dist., Div. 6), Joanne Motoike (4th Dist., Div. 3), and Gregory Weingart (2d Dist., Div. 1).
Conflict has increased significantly with a rise in the frequency and severity of accusations, disruptions, and threats, including physical violence.