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The State Bar of California today released its Annual Discipline Report for 2015, showing progress in its efforts to protect the public while identifying areas for improvement.
After five years of outstanding leadership, Jayne Kim has announced she is declining reappointment to the position of Chief Trial Counsel.
The State Bar of California’s Governance in the Public Interest Task Force held its final public hearing Monday on the organization’s structure and will continue to take written comments for a report to be issued in July.
The State Bar of California has released an updated version of “Kids & the Law: An Z-to-Z Guide for Parents,” marking the 20th year the popular free consumer guides have been distributed to the public.
Gov. Jerry Brown today appointed Stacie Spector, 52, of San Diego, to the Board of Trustees of the State Bar of California.
The State Bar of California issued the following statement today on a San Francisco Superior Court ruling denying its motion to dismiss a lawsuit seeking access to bar applicant information:
An arbitrator today dismissed all claims in a lawsuit brought against the State Bar of California by its former executive director, Joseph Dunn, after he was terminated in November 2014.
The State Bar of California’s Governance in the Public Interest Task Force held its second of three public hearings today on the organization’s structure.
The State Bar of California announced today that it will honor two legal luminaries at its 20th annual statewide ethics symposium on April 9 in San Francisco.
The State Bar of California is pleased to announce that the California Supreme Court today approved the change to a two-day bar exam effective July 2017.
The State Bar of California's California Board of Legal Specialization reported today that 75 percent of the examinees passed the October 2015 Legal Specialist Examination.
The State Bar Board of Trustees has approved the transfer of $2 million in reserves to the Client Security Fund, boosting the amount available for payouts this year to $8 million.
Unaccredited law schools in California will be required to report student attrition rates in the written disclosures that must be provided to students under a new rule approved today by the State Bar Board of Trustees.
Two attorneys from Northern California won election today to serve on the Board of Trustees for the State Bar of California.
The State Bar of California’s Governance in the Public Interest Task Force today heard from six experts on the structure and functioning of lawyer and other professional organizations.
The State Bar of California’s Governance in the Public Interest Task Force will meet Thursday, Feb. 25, in San Francisco, to learn about how other State Bars and regulatory agencies are organized and governed.
The State Bar is pleased to announce new grants to provide legal services that help prevent foreclosure and foster community redevelopment for low-income Californians.
The State Bar Court Review Department has recommended disbarment for Los Angeles attorney Gene Wook Choe for misconduct that included collecting $258,400 in illegal advanced fees for loan modification services.
Candidates are sought to serve as State Bar Court judges. One Review Department and two Hearing Department judge positions are being filled.
The Board of Trustees for the State Bar of California adopted a budget for 2016-2018 today that includes a 6.2 percent reduction in expenditures for this year.
The State Bar of California announced today that it is broadening efforts to collect money owed by disciplined attorneys.
The public is invited to speak to the State Bar of California’s Rules Revision Commission on Feb. 3 about proposed changes to the Rules of Professional Conduct regarding the special responsibilities of criminal prosecutors.
The State Bar of California today announces that it has hired prominent trial firm Hueston Hennigan LLP to represent it in the suit filed by its former Executive Director Joseph Dunn.
The State Bar of California announced today that a judge has nominated former U.S. District Court Chief Magistrate Judge Edward A. Infante as the arbitrator to resolve a lawsuit brought by its former executive director.
The State Bar Board of Trustees today appointed Chief Trial Counsel Jayne Kim to serve a second four-year term as the State Bar’s top prosecutor, acting on the nomination of new Executive Director Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker.