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The State Bar of California announced today that a San Francisco attorney has been charged with taking $100,000 he was supposed to use for a real estate transaction and falsely telling the client he needed to provide another $100,000 to complete the deal.
The Board of Trustees of the State Bar of California has adopted amendments to a new ethics rule regarding the responsibilities of criminal prosecutors that address prosecutors' ethical disclosure obligations.
The State Bar of California Board of Trustees today elected a new set of officers to lead the agency as it continues its reform efforts.
The State Bar of California announced today that it has obtained an interim court order to assist an estimated 2,000 clients who had paid for legal advice from a Los Angeles immigration practice that was operating without proper authority.
The State Bar of California announces the launch of its new website: www.calbar.ca.gov. The website redesign and overhaul comes at a time of ongoing reforms for the State Bar, and aims to provide greater accessibility for the public, attorneys and applicants.
The State Bar of California released the results of the February 2017 California Bar Exam and announced that 1,532 people (34.5 percent of applicants) passed the General Bar Exam.
The State Bar of California began its plan to implement the portions of a new ethics rule, Rule 5-110, regarding the responsibilities of criminal prosecutors that the California Supreme Court approved in an order.
The State Bar Board of Trustees in March approved a new set of ethics rules for California attorneys, marking the first major overhaul in about 30 years.
A lawyer who led a massive loan modification scam that preyed on thousands of struggling homeowners nationwide is facing disbarment by the State Bar of California.
The State Bar of California's Committee of Bar Examiners reported today that 43 percent of the applicants passed the July 2016 General Bar Examination (GBX).
The following can be attributed to Elizabeth Parker, executive director of the State Bar of California:
A Kern County prosecutor who falsified a confession, leading a court to drop all charges against an accused child molester, faces a one-year suspension of his law license for his misconduct.
Members of the public and attorneys are invited to comment on the State Bar of California’s disciplinary procedures, attorney competency and admissions procedures at two hearings next month.
Today a judge ruled in favor of the State Bar’s protection of bar applicants’ privacy from requests for personal information.
The State Bar Board of Trustees has adopted a proposed new ethics rule regarding the special duties of prosecutors in criminal cases, specifically addressing their responsibility to disclose evidence to the defense.
Today the State Bar of California submitted a request to the California Supreme Court asking the court to grant the authority to collect fees.
The upcoming State Bar Annual Meeting in San Diego will feature prominent speakers, numerous educational opportunities for attorneys to increase their professional competency and awards ceremonies to recognize the best of the legal profession.
A San Jose attorney is facing disbarment for harming clients from the local Southeast Asian community who spoke limited English.
As a result of the Legislature not passing a fee bill, the executive director of the State Bar of California announced today that a request to the California Supreme Court asking for the court’s interim authority to assess fees for 2017 will be submitted.
Crime victims in California will benefit from nearly $7 million in new grant funding for legal aid through the federal VOCA Victim Assistance Program, the State Bar of California’s Office of Legal Services announced today.