Cherrie Tsai receives the well-deserved honor of being this year’s Scoville honoree.
Could Orange County set an example for other regions?
How California’s policy developed over time.
Meet the OCBA Secretarial Candidates for 2024.
Please join the OCBA in a toast to law-related charities.
Updated information about the OCBA’s affiliate bars from this year’s leaders.
Dean Allen Easley reflects on his forty-four year as a legal educator, and predicts future trends.
What happens when local jurisdiction don’t exercise their control over creating a housing element that meets state standards.
New bills allow housing developers to circumvent CEQA to meet increased demands.
ELDR Center works to help elder or disabled unhoused clients.
Pro bono attorneys help unhoused clients, and you can too.
The need for—and effectiveness of—affordable housing.
You can support law-related charities just by showing up.
The OCBA Executive Committee, Board of Directors, section leaders, and committee chairs who promote the OCBA’s mission.
This year’s honoree leads by example.
Michael relies on strong values passed on from his grandmother and mother, and aims to share history of Orange County’s legal community.
The justices of 4th District Court of Appeal, Division 3 share their wisdom about topics ranging from the practice of law to whom they might choose to be stranded with on an island.
This year’s honoree leads through service.
Rules about billboards have their day in court.
Diverging from precedent, this Term will result in stark distinctions between different state laws.
Two cases this Term indicate a new judicial focus on agency action.
The Court honors the FAA’s purpose while rejecting some more specific rules.
Out with excessive entanglement tests, and in with support for religious programs.
Meet the candidates to be next year’s OCBA Secretary. The choice is yours . . . vote online!
Please join the OCBA Charitable Fund in toasting great causes.
Learn more about the OCBA’s affiliate bars and consider joining one . . . or four.
A case for revamping legal education as it relates to DEI in the profession.
LGBTQ+ folks are losing legal protections in many states.
Two Iranian American attorneys describe how their experiences inform their practice of law.
An attorney’s life experience makes him pause to reconsider the process of becoming a lawyer.