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On October 9, Governor Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill 176, the licensing fee increase.
Today Associate Justice Joshua P. Groban of the California Supreme Court swore in Alan Steinbrecher as Chair of the State Bar Board of Trustees and Sean SeLegue as Vice-Chair at the Board’s annual transition meeting.
The State Bar’s Legal Services Trust Fund Commission today announced its 2020 legal services grantees and distribution allocations of more than $78 million—a new record total—to 100 nonprofits statewide who provide free civil legal aid in California to indigent persons.
The California Supreme Court today appointed Alan K. Steinbrecher as Chair and Sean M. SeLegue as Vice-Chair of the State Bar Board of Trustees. They will serve one-year terms in these roles.
The State Bar announced the appointment of Michelle Cramton to Clerk of the State Bar Court. Ms. Cramton will oversee and direct the administration of the State Bar Court and will be responsible for case flow, technology, budget, and personnel management.
The California Attorney Practice Analysis (CAPA) survey is now open to all active California attorneys. Attorneys today received an email invitation with a unique link to participate in the unprecedented survey, open until August 31.
The State Bar Task Force on Access Through Innovation of Legal Services (ATILS) holds its August meeting and a public hearing at the State Bar office in San Francisco on Friday and Saturday, August 9 and 10.
The State Bar invites members of the public to review and comment on a sweeping set of regulatory reform options for improving access to legal services, developed by the Task Force on Access Through Innovation of Legal Services (ATILS).
The State Bar of California announces that two new hearing judges have been appointed to the State Bar Court by the Legislature: Judge Dennis G. Saab in Los Angeles, and Judge Phong Wang in San Francisco.
The State Bar Board of Trustees on July 11 authorized a 60-day public comment period for a sweeping set of regulatory reform options for improving access to legal services, developed by the Task Force on Access Through Innovation of Legal Services (ATILS).