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Updates and events from the California Young Lawyers Association

Please join us for a 60-minute panel discussion with Real Property Law attorneys. In the first section, each panelist will have an opportunity to talk about their career and experiences as a young attorney. Prior to the webinar, participants will be encouraged to submit questions to identify popular concerns and queries. Read more
In 2021 you can count on the Health and Wellness Committee on the 3rd Wednesday of every month for programming and activities focused on the wellbeing of our members and the legal community. The time of these events may vary from one month to the next as will the topic and types of activities. Read more
I can’t stress enough the importance of being cognizant of your client’s attorney’s fees and costs. As we all know, there is no winning in a divorce. Both parties suffer a loss. What’s worse is knowing you are burning through children’s college funds because the parties are unable (or unwilling) to agree about even the most basic issues. Read more
The legal field—as with other professions—is undergoing a transformative phase that would integrate more advance technology into its legal services. Technology adoption rates have accelerated in 2020 due to Covid-19 restrictions for in-person meetings and legal hearings. Like at a trial with inadmissible evidence, the door is now wide-open to bring in technology. Read more
This program will highlight the vast array of career opportunities available in employment and labor law. Pathways to Careers in Employment and Labor law is for all attorneys (new and experienced) who wish to learn more about practicing employment and labor law including law students, Human Resource professionals and anyone looking to pivot within or join the field. Read more
On November 3, 2020, California voters passed Proposition 19: Property Tax Transfers, Exemptions, and Revenue for Wildfire Agencies and Counties Amendment. Read more
The student debt crisis is a big one, especially for new lawyers. In a 2020 report by the American Bar Association (ABA) Young Lawyers Division, more than 95% of the new lawyers surveyed took out loans to attend law school. Read more
On November 3, 2020, California voters passed Proposition 19: Property Tax Transfers, Exemptions, and Revenue for Wildfire Agencies and Counties Amendment. Proposition 19 amended the California State Constitution to create a dramatic shift in property tax laws. Read more
This webinar will cover how to ethically advertise your legal services on the Internet. Learn how to design and operate your website, correspond with clients or prospective clients online, and use social media to maximize your business objectives. Read more
Even before the applicant is seen by the PQME, a lot can be litigated about the PQME. This presentation addresses the most frequent issues that arise before the PQME evaluation, including how the WCAB addresses disputes about the medical specialty, timing of the PQME request, cancellation of the PQME evaluation, replacement panels and timeliness of the reports, and more. Read more

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