Public Law Journal: 2023, VOLUME 45, NUMBER 1
- 2022-2023 Executive Committee of the Real Property Law Section
- 2022-2023 Public Law Executive Committee
- BEHIND THE WORDS OF THE CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® RESIDENTIAL PURCHASE AGREEMENT: LEGAL AND PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS
- How Public Agencies Can Reduce Blight and Generate Revenue With Civil Litigation
- Inside This Issue
- Letter From the California Real Property Editor
- Letter From the Public Law Section Editor
- Moncharsh and the Risk of Arbitration
- Public Law Case Updates
- Public Law Editorial Board
- Public Lawyer Spotlight: Charles Bell, Jr., City Attorney For the City of National City
- Real Property Editorial Board
- Recent Rpls Enews Articles
- U.S. Supreme Court Issues First Amendment Decisions Impacting Sign Regulations and Flag Policies
- Letter From the Public Law Section Chair
LETTER FROM THE PUBLIC LAW SECTION CHAIR
Written by Christine Wood Chair
It is with equal measures of sadness and pride that I inform you that the Public Law Section will miss its magnanimous chair, Alexander Calero, who was appointed to the bench of the San Diego County Superior Court in May 2022.
Judge Calero earned his law degree from the University of San Diego School of Law and worked as Senior Counsel at the California Department of Financial Protection and Innovation for 17 years. More to the point, Judge Calero has served the California Lawyers Association tirelessly for more than 10 yearsâfirst in the former California Young Lawyers Association (now the New Lawyers Section) and then in the Public Law Section for seven years. I began working with Judge Calero more closely when he became Chair in 2019. He was such a gracious task master. All of us absolutely loved working with Judge Calero.
Congratulations, friend! We will miss you dearly, but love knowing that you are serving our community stillâjust now in a black robe!