OCAABA has partnered with Elder Law & Disability Rights Center, People's Homeless Task Force Orange County, and LawWorks to create and pass out care packages/backpacks for the homeless that will include critically needed items.
Justice Ming W. Chin today announced he will retire from the Supreme Court of California on August 31, capping a nearly 25-year career on the state high court.
Snell & Wilmer is pleased to announce a merger with West Coast commercial finance and creditors’ rights law firm Assayag v Mauss (Assayag Mauss).
A demonstration of how seriously the Spanish take pollution. Or, why Kelly admires the Spanish legal system.
Certain facts will determine the best method to calculate income for purposes of support.
Learn how some powerful mentors helped this year’s OCBA president become the talented leader and lawyer he is today.
Simon says: Read this column.
Meet the new OCBA President.
A review of the Ethically Speaking columns in 2019, in case you missed one.
OCBA volunteers helped to pack donations collected during the month of October for the OCBA Necessities Drive.
The section presented its 2019 Tax Law Section awards to Bradley Martinson and Jacqueline Maar.
Western State College of Law has received confirmation of its continued American Bar Association accreditation under new ownership
The OCBA is pleased to announce The Honorable James P. Gray as the next Franklin G. West Award recipient.
The Orange County Superior Court has launched its annual Grand Jury recruitment drive.
The Constitutional Rights Foundation of Orange County (CRF-OC) celebrated 38 years of service to Orange County students this year.
OCBA member Selwyn Chu joins Fisher Phillips, a national labor and employment law firm representing employers, as an associate in its Irvine office.
Military officials and their guests gathered to pay tribute to top Orange County attorneys Wylie and Ashleigh Aitken for their support of veterans and military causes.