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TRIAL PRACTICE INN OF COURT
8 MCLE Credits • 8 Dinners • 1 Low Price
Including 1 Hour of Elimination of Bias and 1 Hour of Ethics Credit
In England, one must belong to an Inn of Court to appear in court. The Inns provide an opportunity for senior members to mentor younger members, and for all to develop their skills in a collegial and social environment. The American Inns of Court was the brainchild of Chief Justice Warren E. Burger, who wanted to use the British Inns as a model for American judges and attorneys to help foster excellence in professionalism, ethics, civility, and legal skills in their legal communities. Sponsored by the LACBA Litigation Section, the Trial Practice Inn of Court is a unique opportunity to break bread and learn side-by-side with some of the finest jurists and practitioners in our community. Our monthly meetings are designed to promote social interaction, professional relationships, and camaraderie in an educational setting. Inn members of various experience levels will work together as teams to produce informative and entertaining programs on trial skills and other issues relevant to a litigation practice. Our primary focus is on sharing experiences between seasoned members and less experienced practitioners, and in fostering a meaningful bond within our legal community. We hope you will join us!
The Inn of Court costs only $475. Membership provides 8 dinners and 8 hours of CLE credits, including 1 hour of Elimination of Bias and 1 hour of Ethics.; Members will also receive American Inns of Court Membership for further networking and educational resources. Membership for sitting judges is complimentary. Government attorneys or attorneys in their first three years of practice may join at a discounted rate of $295. All programs will be held at the Los Angeles Athletic Club.
Both LACBA and Litigation Section membership are required to join the Inn of Court. If you are not a current LACBA and/or Litigation Section member, please click here to handle your registration online or call the LACBA Member Services Department at (213) 896 6560 for membership information.
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