Presented by the Alameda County Bar Association. Black professionals have a unique perspective in terms of the day-to-day grind of the criminal justice system, academics, and corporate life. First hand, they experience the denial and constant suppression of the black perspective, black political power, black wealth generation, and everything that constitutes black existential well-being and the African diaspora. Arguably, many of the problems and obstacles, which hinder the development of African-American professionals, are rooted in the U.S...
Topics would include a discussion of recently-issued Supreme Court decisions from the last and current term.
For the past year, government enforcers and private litigants have been actively pursuing allegedly abusive pricing, refunding, and advertising practices related to the ongoing pandemic.
Join us for one of the hottest topics in medicine and law - the implementation of plant-based diets for reversal of degenerative disease.
A conversation with lobbyist Samantha Corbin on new developments in privacy law in California including potential amendments to the CCPA/CPRA, negotiations over B2B and employee exemptions, and other CPRA cleanup amendments.
For day #2 of #WellbeingWeekInLaw, we focus on alignment and spiritual well-being of the legal community. Join mindfulness instructor and corporate real estate attorney Gullu Singh for a guided meditation, and some of his insights on the characteristics of the legal mind and meditation myths.
This MCLE will highlight the stories of Latin X lawyers and other professionals. This program is a continuation of a series which will simply lay bare individual narratives of struggle by judges and attorneys from the LatinX community. These are not just stories, they are our stories that need to be heard.
As challenges related to COVID-19 continue to emerge, we need to better understand the financial issues our law firms face in order to overcome them. Join us for a discussion on three primary areas of firm finances: setting fees, billing, and collections.
Listen to this webinar of Jonathan Mayes from Albertson discuss a challenging and important topic about eight common forms of bias and how we can identify and remove these barriers to greater success.
On day #3 of #WellbeingWeekInLaw, we give our attention to engagement and growth as professionals. We will be joined by representatives from both The Other Bar and The State Bar of California’s Lawyer Assistance Program (LAP) to talk abut exactly what each organization does and has to offer members of the legal community. Comes as you are to ask questions and learn about these professional resources.