Legal analytics can provide a wealth of information useful to one's practice.
The future of legal practice includes AI to some degree.
Get to know Larisa Dinsmoor and Daniel Robinson! Voting is open from September 12 until October 3rd.
Join the OCBA at the new Newport Beach Country Club this year for food, friends, and philanthropy.
This year, YLD leaders streamline communications, focus on member benefits, and even continue with soccer training.
There are several reasons why most minors who complete peer court do not re-offend.
As children are legally incapable of consenting to sex, they should not be labeled or charged with prostitution.
Meet the passionate Presiding Judge of Juvenile Court in Orange County.
Brain studies support treating children like children, as opposed to charging them as adults.
Learn more about the diverse group of OCBA-affiliated bar associations.
Meet the volunteer leaders who help the OCBA run smoothly.
The OCBA continues to enhance the system of justice thanks to generous contributions from you - its members
Dean's influence on the professional and personal lives of Orange County lawyers speaks volumes about his integrity and kindness.
Get to know our new OCBA president who will lead the OCBA to more success in 2017.
Roy Comer has spent his career giving selflessly to others.
Deans of the four ABA-accredited Orange County law schools share highlights about each of their schools.
Ever wonder who decides the requirements for which occupation can be listed with each candidate's name?
This year's federal election could significantly influence how important issues are decided by the Supreme Court.
End Disenfranchisement of Felons
Taking away felons' right to vote was racially motivated and serves no constitutional purpose.
by Erwin Chemerinsky
Felon Voting and the Rule of Law
Executive action by certain governors unconstitutionally thwarts the will of the voters.
by John C. Eastman
Meet the candidates for Secretary, one of whom will move up the ladder to lead the OCBA in a few years.