The Thurgood Marshall Bar Association (TMBA), an affiliate of the OCBA, is seeking nominations for the TMBA 2020 Board.
The Federal Bar Association of Orange County (FBA/OC), an affiliate of the OCBA, announced its 2019-2020 Board.
OCBA President-Elect Scott Garner has appointed 10 members to serve on the 2019 Appointments Committee.
The OCBA Board prepared public comment to the State Bar's proposals. Click here to view the OCBA's public comment.
The Orange County Asian American Bar Association (OCAABA) Pipeline Committee is accepting applications for its 2019-2020 school year mentorship program.
Identifying and eliminating systemic barriers to court access.
When its recent buyer and parent went under, Western State found a way to sail into a bright future.
Not only is it good business, but attorneys are obligated to understand certain technologies as part of their job duties.
And they say age is just a number.
The significance of handling a pro bono case early in one’s career.
How the OCBA increases access to justice for Orange County residents.
PLC helps low-income clients access the justice system… and you can too!
Beds helps us decode messages about those on the bench, including himself.
OCBA members spent an evening getting their geek on by participating in teams comprised of younger lawyers and more experienced lawyers for a fun, two-hour trivia night mixer.
The OCBA presented a sold-out ethical issues seminar on September 19 at Chapman University Fowler School of Law.
If you want to see what OCBA Specialty Sections have to offer, now is the time.
On September 18, the State Bar of California’s Task Force on Access Through Innovation of Legal Services held a Town Hall Meeting to discuss possible regulatory changes to remove barriers in order to promote innovation in the delivery of legal services by lawyers and others.
The OCBA's annual Board of Directors Election closed at 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday, September 24, 2019. In accordance with the OCBA bylaws, 2019 President-Elect Scott B. Garner will succeed to the Presidency in 2020.
President Donald J. Trump announces his intent to nominate John W. Holcomb and Steve Kim as judges on the United States District Court for the Central District of California.