LACBA Event Calendar

The Present and Future of Music

The Present and Future of Music: A Discussion on How Record Companies, Agencies, and Music Talent are Navigating a Transforming Industry

Presented By: Entertainment Law and Intellectual Property
When: 05/30/2017
Where: Lawry's Restaurant, Beverly Hills,

32nd Annual Outstanding Corporate Counsel Award Dinner

Presented By: Corporate Law Departments
When: 05/31/2017
Where: InterContinental Hotel - Century City, Los Angeles,

2017 Dana Latham Awards Luncheon

2017 Dana Latham Awards Luncheon

Presented By: Taxation
When: 06/02/2017
Where: Omni Los Angeles Hotel, Los Angeles,

Five Fatal Mistakes That Could Doom Your Writ...

Five Fatal Mistakes That Could Doom Your Writ and How to Avoid Them

Presented By: Appellate Courts
When: 06/06/2017
Where: California Court of Appeal, Los Angeles, CA

2016-2017 Litigation Inn of Court June Meeting:...

The LACBA Trial Practice Inn of Court meets eight times a year for cocktails, dinner and a one hour MCLE presentation. One of the great benefits of belonging to the LACBA Litigation Section and the Inn of Court is the opportunity to mingle with attorneys and state and federal court judges. For more information about the benefits of joining the Inn, please click here .

Presented By: Litigation
When: 06/07/2017
Where: LA Law Library, Los Angeles, CA

2017 A View from the Bench

Presented By: Trusts & Estates
When: 06/08/2017
Where: OMNI Hotel, Los Angeles, CA

Usury and Financial Lender's Licenses - Avoiding Issues...

Bank lending is down and is often subject to strict guidelines, giving private lenders an opportunity to make working capital and bridge loans to businesses.  But such lenders often want to charge more than the legally allowed interest rate of 10% under California law, and may need California Financial Lender’s Licenses to make loans in California.

Presented By: Commercial Law & Bankruptcy
When: 06/08/2017
Where: LACBA Offices, Los Angeles, CA

An Insider's View: Navigating Arbitration...

An Insider’s View: Navigating Arbitration and Common Appellate Pitfalls in Employment Cases.  Our panels will include judges and arbitrators who will provide an insider’s view to navigating employment arbitrations and will provide valuable insight on common appellate pitfalls to avoid in employment cases.

Presented By: Labor & Employment Law
When: 06/10/2017
Where: UCLA School of Law, Los Angeles, CA

Practice Tips for LASC Writs and Receivers Departments

At this Brown Bag Lunch, judges that preside over the LASC Writs & Receivers departments will provide practitioners with helpful insights and tips on common issues for matters handled in their courtrooms, including temporary restraining orders and injunctions.

Presented By: Litigation
When: 06/13/2017
Where: Stanley Mosk Courthouse, Los Angeles, CA

Bankruptcy Judge Ernest M. Robles: Pet Peeves and Best...

Join United States Bankruptcy Judge Ernest M. Robles and moderator J. Scott Bovitz as they discuss Judge Robles’ pet peeves, reveal the best way to handle the most common motions/trials in Judge Robles’ court, and make suggestions for improving practice in consumer and business cases.

Presented By: Commercial Law & Bankruptcy
When: 06/15/2017
Where: LACBA Offices, Los Angeles, CA

2017 Fundamental/Refresher PVP Attorney Training

This year’s program provides an overview of the role which PVP (Probate Volunteer Panel) attorneys play and the duties they are expected to fulfill.

Presented By: Trusts & Estates
When: 06/17/2017
Where: LA Hotel, Los Angeles, CA,

19th Annual Real Property Installation & Awards Dinner

19th Annual Real Property Installation & Awards Dinner

Presented By: Real Property
When: 06/21/2017
Where: City Club Los Angeles, Los Angeles,

Independent Juvenile Defender MCLE Seminar I

Presented By: Independent Juvenile Defender Office
When: 06/24/2017
Where: Los Angeles County Bar Association, Los Angeles, CA

Creating Your Professional Persona

Please join LACBA/WLALA Joint Task Force on the Promotion and Retention of Women in the Profession for an informative panel on “Creating Your Professional Persona.”

Presented By: Los Angeles County Bar Association
When: 07/11/2017

Introductory TAP

This is one in a series of courses offered by LACBA's acclaimed Trial Advocacy Project (TAP), where attorneys can get trial experience FAST.

Presented By: Trial Advocacy Project
When: 09/07/2017
Where: Los Angeles County Bar Association, Los Angeles, CA

TAP: Witness Examination Skills Workshop

This course provides introductory and advanced level instruction on how to examine a witness under oath.

Presented By: Trial Advocacy Project
When: 10/09/2017
Where: Los Angeles County Bar Association, Los Angeles, CA

TAP: Expert Witness Workshop

The Expert Witness Workshop provides introductory and advanced level instruction on how to use expert witnesses in civil and criminal actions, with special emphasis on expert testimony. Topics covered in the lecture portion of the program include evidentiary rules regarding expert opinions, taking and defending expert depositions, how experts can help and hurt a case, direct and cross-examination of expert witnesses, establishing and challenging expert qualifications, and advanced expert testimo

Presented By: Trial Advocacy Project
When: 10/09/2017
Where: Los Angeles County Bar Association, Los Angeles, CA

Traditional TAP - A Trial Advocacy Course (t-TAP)

Course admission is by application only. Applicants must have successfully completed the Introductory TAP (i-TAP) course or, alternatively, have at least one year of litigation experience. Rolling admissions begin July 1 and continue up until the start of the program. Do not send payment with your application. Send application attn: TAP Administrator, P O Box 55020, Los Angeles, CA 90055-2020.

Presented By: Trial Advocacy Project
When: 11/08/2017
Where: Los Angeles County Bar Association, Los Angeles, CA

TAP Deposition Skills

This workshop will provide introductory and intermediate level instruction on how to take and defend depositions in California state court actions.

Presented By: Trial Advocacy Project
When: 11/10/2017