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Editor: Robert Rosborough
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Thu | Jul 23 | 12-1P
General | SCOTUS Update
The U.S. Supreme Court: Ruling in Unprecedented Times
Each summer, MCBA presents Law Professor and Scotusblog contributor Rory Little, who shares his extensive knowledge of the U.S. Supreme Court docket. Professor Little clerked at the Court himself, and is a frequent NPR commentator on Supreme Court issues. Stay up-to-date on important changes in the law, and where it may be heading. He will share his insights into the justices as personalities as well as leaders of various voting blocs, and will discuss many vital constitutional and statutory issues. His analysis includes dissents and concurrences as well as the majority opinions, and some preview of what to expect at the Supreme Court next Fall.
1.0 CLE | General
Location: Hosted Webinar
Members: $20
Non-Members: $45
President's Message
Celebrating Our Independent Judiciary on This Independence Day
By Susan Feder
While we are unfortunately still in the grips of the COVID-19 pandemic, the month of June did bring some positive news in the form of several actions by the conservative-leaning U.S. Supreme Court that came with varying degrees of surprise to many observers. The Independence Day holiday is an appropriate time to celebrate the continued independence of our judicial system, and its ability to protect the rights of marginalized communities in our society.  More >
Supreme Court Report: Title VII Forbids Discrimination Against LGBTQ Employees
By David Nahmias and David Maxson Harris
Last month, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a watershed decision in Bostock v. Clayton County, holding that Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act prohibits employment discrimination and harassment based on sexual orientation and transgender status. The decision has implications for numerous other statutes, and offers insight into the judicial philosophy of the author of the majority opinion—the Court’s second-newest justice, Neil Gorsuch.  More >
COVID-19 Resources
Local News & Information Regarding COVID-19
Local News & Information Regarding COVID-19. Including Marin County Superior Court updates, Administrative orders, and Emergency orders.  More >
Movers & Shakers
Monty White LLP
It is with great pleasure that Monty White LLP announces the addition of Thomas Eagle Weathers to the firm. Tom is Aleut and an enrolled member of the Qawalangin Tribe of Unalaska in Alaska. He practices Indian law and related litigation.
Thomas Weathers >
MCBA Annual Program Sponsors


Thu | Jul 02 | 10-11A
Alternative Dispute Resolution | SECTION MEETING
Unique Challenges and Opportunities of Virtual Mediations: Tips and Best Practices From the Trenches
Susan Feder | 2020 MCBA President, Judicate West, Susan Feder Mediation
Hon. Lynn O’Malley Taylor (Ret.) | JAMS Mediator and Arbitrator
Stephen Sulmeyer, J.D., Ph.D | JAMS Mediator and Arbitrator
1.0 CLE | General
Thu | Jul 02 | 12-1:30P
Probate and Estate Planning | Mentor Meeting
Probate and Estate Planning: Mentor Meeting
Thu | Jul 16 | 1-2P
Real Property | COVID19 Series Update Landlord Tenant Leases
Commercial Lease Coronavirus Challenges Update-Best Practices Now from Landlord and Tenant Perspective
Daniel Dersham | Attorney, Lerman Law Partners
Jeffrey Lerman | Managing Partner, Lerman Law Partners
Philip Diamond | Of Counsel, Lerman Law Partners/Mediator, Diamond Dispute Resolution
1.0 CLE | General
Thu | Jul 23 | 12-1P
General | SCOTUS Update
The U.S. Supreme Court: Ruling in Unprecedented Times
Professor Rory Little | Constitutional Law Professor, UC Hastings
1.0 CLE | General
Thu | Aug 06 | 12-1:30P
Probate and Estate Planning | Mentor Meeting
Probate and Estate Planning: Mentor Meeting
New Members
Emilie Calhoun
Fiduciary Law Attorneys
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