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The State Bar of California is seeking applications from attorneys interested in serving on the Board of Directors for the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles (LAFLA).
Today Gov. Jerry Brown signed AB 3249 into law, the fee bill for the State Bar of California. In addition to setting the annual licensing fee for attorneys, the bill continues historic reforms for the public protection agency.
Today Chief Justice of California Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye swore in Jason Lee as Chair of the State Bar Board of Trustees and Alan Steinbrecher as Vice Chair. Lee is the first Chinese American person to lead the State Bar.
The State Bar of California has named a new Office of Access & Inclusion, which will work to better integrate the agency's access, diversity, and inclusion work with the overall mission and strategic priorities.
The California Supreme Court appointed Jason Lee as Chair and Alan Steinbrecher as Vice-Chair of the State Bar of California's Board of Trustees.
A legal hotline is now available for people impacted by the Carr Fire in Shasta County.
The State Bar of California's Office of Chief Trial Counsel issued the following fraud alert today to warn the public to report and watch out for potential legal fraud in response to separation of immigrant children from their parents and mass detention along the southern Unites States border.
Today the State Bar of California continued its discussion about important governance reform and accountability measures designed to ensure that the agency is meetings its public protection mandate in the most effective and efficient ways possible.
The State Bar of California obtained an interim court order to aid the clients of a Los Angeles based law practice that was operating without proper authority.
Today the State Bar of California released the results of the February 2018 California Bar Exam, and announced that 1,282 people (27.3 percent of applicants) passed the General Bar Exam. If those applicants satisfy all other requirements for admission, they will be eligible to be licensed by the State Bar to practice law in California.