California Bar Journal
OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA - APRIL 2001
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California Bar Journal

The State Bar of California


REGULARS

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Front Page - April 2001
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News / News Briefs
Bar foundation gives $50,000 grant to fund Conference of Delegates
Bar hit with $2.35 million fee demand in lawyer dues case
Bush administration ends ABA review of judicial candidates
Special publication in May Bar Journal
Davis appoints two public members to board of governors
George lauds five years of reform
2001 Annual Meeting will be held in Anaheim
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Trials Digest
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Legal Tech - FindLaw: Lawyers' home on the web
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Opinion
From the President - Butter a slice, not a full loaf
Is it wrong to copy a song?
Letters to the Editor
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Update on ethics
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MCLE Self-Study
Kids and the Law
Self-Assessment Test
MCLE Calendar of Events
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You Need to Know
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Public Comment
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Discipline
Ethics Byte - 2 new rulings send litigators back to basics
Forgery, grand theft, fraud convictions lead to resignation
Attorney Discipline
2001 Annual Meeting will be held in Anaheim
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The 2001 Annual Meeting of the State Bar of California returns to a new Anaheim - the Anaheim Resort.

Information about the Sept. 6-9 meeting is available from Theresa Raglen, 415/538-2393, theresa.raglen@calsb.org, or from Jayna Blackwell, 415/538-2585, jayna.blackwell@calsb.org.

Information about exhibiting at the Annual Meeting also is available from Blackwell.

The Conference of Delegates will hold its annual meeting simultaneously to debate resolutions affecting all areas of law in California. For information about the conference meeting, visit its website: www.ca-cod.com. 

The annual meeting features prominent guest speakers and offers a low-cost opportunity for attorneys to fulfill most of their MCLE requirements at a wide variety of educational seminars.

The new bar president and  board of governors also will be sworn in, and outstanding lawyers will be honored for their pro bono work.