Mission Statement

To involve, encourage and support Bar Association members, to serve as a liaison to the Marin County courts, and to educate the community and enhance access to legal services.


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Editor's Introduction
Jan 07, 2019
By Robert Rosborough

Happy New Year! Welcome to the first Marin Lawyer issue of 2019. This month, none of our articles are about "what the law is," but each of them addresses a different aspect of law practice.

President's Message
Jan 06, 2019
By Charles Dresow

My goal this year is to inspire our members to become leaders of our community. Each of us has the power to positively influence and inform those around us. We must educate the community that our system of justice in Marin is still fair, efficient, and accessible.

Jan 05, 2019
By Marc Evans

“Words. Words when spoken out loud for the sake of performance are music. They have rhythm and pitch and timbre and volume. These are the properties of music, and music has the ability to find us and move us and lift us up in ways that literal meaning can’t.”

Jan 05, 2019
By Carolyn L. Rosenblatt, RN, Attorney, Mediator

It’s inescapable. Living in Marin will bring you into contact with older clients sooner or later. We must familiarize ourselves with one of the major risks aging folks face: diminished capacity. Not only does this affect our clients’ decision-making ability, it puts them at significantly increased risk for elder abuse, particularly financial abuse.

Jan 03, 2019
By Charles Dresow

James F. Simon’s, “Eisenhower vs. Warren: The Battle for Civil Rights and Liberties,” is a compelling study of the relationship between a president and chief justice at a critical time in the history of civil rights. Given today’s tense atmosphere between the judiciary and the chief executive, the book is especially timely.

Jan 03, 2019
By RB Tewksbury

New, secure top-level domain combined with high- performance mobile web frameworks are replacing websites and native mobile apps. Really.


Members who make time to meet with their colleagues at MCBA events gain value from local connections and stay current with updates in the courts. Marin Superior Court Judges often comment that the most skilled lawyers are usually active MCBA members.


MCBA offers Sections in 12 legal practice areas. Each Section provides continuing legal education (CLE) and offers networking opportunities tailored to its members.


MCBA provides resource listings for community services including low cost legal services, attorney referral services, partnerships with community legal organizations, and mediation services.


Browse our member directory for member listings in numerous legal practice areas.


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