Section Barristers


The Barristers Section provides attorneys in practice for ten years or less with networking, education, and mentoring opportunities. Barristers activities also provide a forum for new and young lawyers to develop leadership skills and to interact with judges, experienced attorneys, and other Barristers members. Mentorship programs are available for our Barristers.

Section Chair

Tory Tallman
415 276 6523
VictoriaTallman@dwt.com

Notice
Main County Superior Court

Uniform Local Rules 2

Updated January 1, 2017
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There are no upcoming Barristers events

Apr 28, 2017
By Richard Halsted, Marin Independent Journal

Seventy (70) MCBA and community members attended a panel discussion on sex and labor trafficking in Marin County. Marin District Attorney Ed Berberian said, "We’re not immune from it in Marin; it’s here ... since 2014, we’ve had 17 individuals who have been charged with human trafficking violations.” Read more from coverage by the Marin IJ.

EVENT RECAP
Mar 31, 2017
By J. Timothy Nardell

Legal Aid of Marin and the Marin County Bar Association hosted the 2017 Pro Bono Appreciation Awards lunch on Wednesday, March 22 at Rickey’s in Ignacio. The lunch was an opportunity for LAM, local dignitaries, judges, and members of the Bar to mix it up and celebrate the generosity and hard work of this year’s recipients of the Wiley W. Manual Award.

Mar 30, 2017
By Nestor Schnasse

As a former pro road racer, cycling-related injury cases are of intense interest to me. Road racing events can be risky business. ... The purpose of this article is to discuss a relatively new hammer in plaintiffs’ toolbox, California’s Three Feet for Safety Act.

Mar 30, 2017
By Beth Arnese

Employment laws in California are constantly changing. Even if you do not practice in the employment law arena, it is a good idea to keep up with the latest changes. A few of the more significant new state and local laws include the following:

Mar 30, 2017
By Sharon Arkin

As budget shortfalls have continued to affect trial courts since the Great Recession of 2008-2009, one way judges have tried to make up for increasing caseloads is by “farming out” discovery disputes to referees. But referees don’t come cheap ...

SAVE THE DATE: Sep 23
Mar 30, 2017
By Mee Mee Wong

The Marin County Bar Association is honored to announce that Judge Michael B. Dufficy (ret.) has been selected for its Lifetime Achievement Award. A gala to honor Judge Dufficy’s commitment and service to Marin County and its Bar, which has spanned over 52 years, will be held on September 23.