The Wonders of Newport Beach, California: Things to Do When Visiting for the State Bar Solo Summit in June 2016
By Jeremy M. Evans
Jeremy M. Evans is the Managing Attorney at California Sports Lawyer, representing sports and entertainment professionals and businesses in contract drafting, negotiations, licensing, and career growth. He is the Director of the Center for Sports Law & Policy at Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, California. Evans is an award-winning attorney and community leader. He can be reached at Jeremy@CSLlegal.com or via his website: www.CSLlegal.com.
Newport Beach is one of the crown jewels of Southern California and the world. It has five-star restaurants, amazing views, and first-class service. The weather is pristine and so is the atmosphere. When you visit Newport Beach for the State Bar Solo Summit, I hope you will enjoy and experience everything the city has to offer.
The following are some hot-spot areas to which you can walk, drive, or take a taxi (or Uber) from the Solo Summit to best experience the city. The Balboa Village, Pier, and surrounding areas are of particular note. Corona del Mar is a beautiful and fun mini-city inside Newport Beach. Fashion Island is not really an island, but it does have world-class shopping. Balboa Island is an island inside the Newport Beach Harbor and is home to top-notch amusement attractions, dining, yachts, and people-watching.