Section Diversity


The Diversity Section promotes the values of diversity and inclusion throughout the Marin County legal community. It also promotes the interests of residents of color and other underrepresented groups in the county. The section provides Continuing Legal Education (CLE) on the elimination of bias in the legal system.

Section Chairs

Lauren E. Jones
530 305 6211
ljones@kdvlaw.com

Thomas Weathers
415 226 4035
Tom@thomasweatherslaw.com

There are no upcoming Diversity events

MCLE FAIR RECAP
Dec 04, 2020
By The Marin Lawyer

MCBA hosted its first-ever all-virtual MCLE Fair last month. In another first, we partnered with multiple Bay Area bar associations, which allowed more people to attend at member rates. The Bay Area-wide audience and ability to appear via Zoom enabled us to attract prominent speakers and panelists from around the Bay Area and beyond. With thirteen separate programs over four days, including several panel discussions, program highlights will have to suffice for our recap.

2021 Officers & Board of Directors Slate Announced
Oct 15, 2020
By MCBA

The slate for MCBA's 2021 officers and board of directors has been announced. Please join us on October 28 as the 2021 officers and new board members will be voted on during our virtual general membership meeting, which features an update from the Marin Superior Court.

COVID-19 Resources
Jun 30, 2020
By MCBA

Local News & Information Regarding COVID-19. Including Marin County Superior Court updates, Administrative orders, and Emergency orders.

President's Message
Jun 04, 2020
By Susan Feder

Our society and criminal justice system remain plagued by systemic racism and inequality. As much as we know injustice and inequality exist, it is easy to feel powerless in the face of such an overwhelming problem. Videos like the one of George Floyd's murder can reinforce that powerlessness. Or they can spur us to action.

Marin Court Clerk's Offices Reopen June 1
May 29, 2020
By MCBA

Effective June 1st - Marin County Superior Court's Clerk's Offices will reopen. Courtroom proceedings will be virtual through the use of remote video technologies until further notice. Posted are 3 resource documents.

Marin Court Alert
May 26, 2020
By Presiding Judge Andrew Sweet

This Administrative Order 20-08 supplements Administrative Orders 20-07, 20-06, 20-05, and 20-04. Except as specifically modified herein, Administrative Orders 20-07, 20-06, 20-05, and 20-4 remain in full force and effect. The Marin County Superior Court will remain closed for all non-essential matters until 11:59 p.m. on May 29, 2020