When You Become 18 updated and translated
Most young people are still in high school when they turn 18. Many still live
with their parents. And on this landmark birthday, many do not realize how
their rights and responsibilities have just changed — dramatically — in
the eyes of the law.
A special State Bar guide, however, can help pave the way to young adulthood.
Depression takes a heavy toll on Lawyers
Daniel Suvor thinks he has the right idea. Early on, remove the stigma of
mental health treatment for lawyers — who suffer the most depression
of any profession — and they may be able to avoid the total breakdown
or career nosedive that harms them and others.
12 vie for five seats on board of governers
Assistant U.S. Attorney ANGELA JOY DAVIS of Los Angeles and former Orange
County Bar Association President JOSEPH CHAIREZ of Costa Mesa have been “deemed
elected” to the State Bar Board of Governors. Davis and Chairez, running
unopposed, were among 12 candidates, including two with discipline records,
seeking five open seats on the board.
A Week in Legal London can earn 25 MCLE hours
The State Bar Litigation Section will offer attorneys an opportunity to discover
new insights into law from the English perspective by attending “A Week
in Legal London” from June 29 – July 4.
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