An Official Publication of
The Marin County Bar Association
Editor: Robert Rosborough
Marin Bar Association
Events
Wed | Oct 27 | 12-1P
General | Marin County Superior Court Update
An Update from Marin County Superior Court Presiding Judge Andrew Sweet
The Marin County Superior Court Update will once again be held virtually with Presiding Judge Andrew Sweet providing an update on the Court departments and procedures.

Please email questions in advance to Mee Mee Wong at mwong@marinbar.org by Friday, October 15th. Not all questions submitted may be answered.
1.0 CLE | General
Location: Hosted Webinar
Members: $20
Non-Members: $40
News
President's Message
Change and Resilience
By J. Timothy Nardell
As we turn the corner from Summer to Fall, I am turning the final corner of my year as MCBA president and I am becoming reflective about the year that has passed. This was certainly not the year that I anticipated. I don’t think it was a year that anyone expected. And, while our expectations for returning to “normality” are still somewhat mixed, it does seem to me that we have turned the corner from thinking about COVID-19 as a global pandemic to thinking about COVID-19 as an endemic condition, something that we are learning to live with.  More >
ANNUAL MCLE CONFERENCE
Got CLE? We've Got Plenty: Registration for MCBA's Annual MCLE Conference Is Open!
By MCBA
MCBA’s annual Bay Area MCLE Conference is coming up next month, with four outstanding keynote speakers and many great specialty programs. This year’s conference runs from November 16th to 18th and will provide 14 CLE credits if you attend all of the sessions, including ethics, elimination of bias, and competence. It’s a great deal for over half of your required credits, especially at the early-bird member price of $125 (expiring at the end of this month). This year’s conference will once again be an all-Zoom affair, making it as convenient as it can be to attend.  More >
Notices
MCBA ELECTION OF 2022 BOARD OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
The Annual Meeting of the Marin County Bar Association will take place on October 27, 2021. Our membership vote on next year's officers and directors will occur preceding the Court update.

Nomination of 2022 Slate of Officers and MCBA Directors for Term 2022–2024

2022 Officers
President: Robert Rosborough, Monty White LLP
President Elect: Ahtossa Fullerton, Wasacz, Hilley & Fullerton LLP
Treasurer: Scott Buell, Buell Law and Mediation
Secretary: Kristine Cirby, Cirby Family Law
Past President: J. Timothy Nardell, Nardell Chitsaz & Associates LLP
5-Year Past President: Wanden Treanor, Law Offices of Wanden P. Treanor

Directors 2022–2024
Jeffrey Knowles, Coblentz Patch Duffy & Bass LLP
Neusha Ghaedi, DeMartini, Walker, & Ghaedi LLP
Mary Stearns, Alternate Defenders Incorporated
Alex Vahdat, Keegin Harrison LLP
David Winnett, Liuzzi, Murphy, Solomon, Churton, Hale & Winnett, LLP
2021 Bay Area MCLE Conference
The Marin County Bar Association is proud to present this year's Bay Area MCLE Conference November 16-18th.

A three-day virtual conference with a wide array of provocative MCLE programs that fulfill Ethics, Competency, Elimination of Bias, and General MCLE credits. Attend all or just a few of the offerings for one flat fee.
  • 10 CLE | General
  • 2 CLE | Ethics
  • 1 CLE | Elimination of Bias
  • 1 CLE | Substance Abuse / Competency
  • 1 CLE | Estate Planning and Probate Specialty Credit

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

Professor Rory Little UC Hastings School of Law, SCOTUS Blogger, Legal Commentator
Judge LaDoris H. Cordell (Ret.) Author, Legal Commentator, Asst. Vice Provost of Stanford Law, Police Auditor for City of San Jose
Thomas Mesereau Criminal Trial Attorney, Author
Michael Krasny Author, Journalist, Radio Host of KQED Forum

HOST COMMITTEE:

Marin County Bar Association
Robert Rosborough (Chair), Kris Cirby, Ahtossa Fullerton, Valerie Kushel, Karthik Raju, Mee Mee Wong
Info & Registration >
Lawyers Needed for Remote Clinic
Now more than ever, we need volunteer lawyers to counsel patrons in 20 minute sessions at our twice a month clinics at the Law Library. The program is popular and a valuable resource to the Marin community.

Click here to consider a 2 hour slot over Zoom from 4:30 - 6:30 pm to guide patrons through their legal issues and direct them to resources.

Thank you to those who have signed up or have volunteered in the last few months.
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Calendar
Wed | Oct 20 | 12-1P
Probate and Estate Planning | Probate & Estate Planning and Probate Litigation Sections Meeting
Charitable Planning with the Young Pooled Income Fund
Suzanne Jack | ADEO Financial
Randy A. Fox, CFP®, AEP® | Two Hawks Consulting, LLC
1.0 CLE | General
Wed | Oct 27 | 12-1P
General | Marin County Superior Court Update
An Update from Marin County Superior Court Presiding Judge Andrew Sweet
1.0 CLE | General
Tue | Nov 09 | 12-1P
Labor and Employment Law | Labor & Employment Law Section Meeting
Update on New Legislation Impacting Labor & Employment Lawyers
1.0 CLE | General
Tue | Nov 16 | 10A-4:30P
General | Bay Area MCLE Conference
Keynotes: Judge LaDoris Cordell (Ret.), Michael Krasny, Professor Rory Little, and Thomas Mesereau
10.0 CLE | General | 2.0 CLE | Ethics | 1.0 CLE | Substance Abuse | 1.0 CLE | Bias
Wed | Jun 29 | 5:30-9P
General | Moved to June 29 2022 : MCBA Lifetime Achievement Dinner
Honoring Gary T. Ragghianti
Plated Dinner and appetizers
New Members
Courtney Cooper
Ccooper3@usfca.edu
415 745 0295
Attorney Membership

Kristopher Doodha
kdrdood@aol.com
415 259 9170
Affiliate Student

Jorge Lopez Espindola
Legal Aid of Marin
jlopez@legalaidmarin.org
628 240 3389
Affiliate Student

Lindsay Sotomayor
sotomayor.lindsay@gmail.com
323 841 4071
Affiliate Student

David Sutton
Marin County Public Defender's Office
dsutton@marincounty.org
415 473 6321
Government

Adrea Tencer
Family and Children's Law Center
atencer@faclc.org
415 847 0622
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