May 2012 • Vol. 32 No. 5 | An E-Publication of the Los Angeles County Bar Association

Find LACBA on Wikipedia

When you search for anything on the Internet—whether you use Google, Yahoo, Bing, or another engine—often what comes up within the top five results is a Wikipedia page, whether you are searching for a person, place, or thing. And one thing about Wikipedia pages, they are loaded with facts.

One organization that you will now find on Wikipedia is the Los Angeles County Bar Association. The article is loaded with facts about LACBA, many of which you might not be familiar with, such as:

•  The names of several noteworthy presidents, including LACBA's first president, Andrew Glassell, who founded the City of Orange, California.
•  John Dustin Bicknell, who is associated with the founding of Monrovia and Azusa, California.
•  Warren Christopher, who served during President Bill Clinton's first term as Secretary of State.

You can even find a link to the speech that President Jimmy Carter delivered at LACBA's centennial celebration on May 4, 1978.

Please take a moment to click on LACBA’s Wikipedia page. You will be surprised at what you will find.

What are your thoughts? What would you like to see on LACBA.org? Send feedback to webmaster@lacba.org or call David Dain at (213) 896-6401.
 




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