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Word Cloud graphicLawyers reflect on 50 years of practice

More than 800 attorneys marked their half-century of membership in the State Bar of California last year. Read their perspectives on how the profession has changed.

New year brings new laws

From legislation that made withholding exculpatory evidence reportable to the State Bar to efforts to speed up litigation, there were a number of new laws passed in 2015 that lawyers should know about.

Panel reopens review of State Bar structure

Four years after changing the composition and name of its governing body, the State Bar is once again examining itself to ensure that its structure and functions serve the agency’s primary goal of public protection.

Northern CA attorneys to receive ballots

Attorneys in Districts 1 and 3 will receive ballots this month to vote in the Board of Trustees election. Read more about the seven candidates.

Q&A: Serving the legal service providers

Phong Wong talks about her volunteer service as chairwoman of the State Bar’s Standing Committee on the Delivery of Legal Services.

Chief trial counsel appointed to second term

Jayne Kim was appointed last month to serve four more years as the State Bar’s top prosecutor.

Arbitrator appointed to resolve Dunn litigation

Former U.S. District Court Chief Magistrate Judge Edward A. Infante has been selected to arbitrate a lawsuit brought by the State Bar’s former executive director.