On June 3, 2005, some of the LACBA Officers and senior staff were proud to host a private luncheon with the Chief Justice of the California Supreme Court, Ronald M. George. The group spent a few hours discussing the health and operational status of the California justice system, the relationship between the legislative and judicial branches of the California government, and many other issues related to shared interests between the California Courts and the Los Angeles County Bar Association.
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Chief Justice Ronald M. George greets LACBA Executive Director Stuart A. Forsyth and LACBA President Edith R. Matthai.
LACBA Executive Director Stuart A. Forsyth chats with Chief Justice George and LACBA Associate Executive Director and General Counsel W. Clark Brown
Chief Justice George (2nd from right) visits with (from left) Clark Brown, Stuart Forsyth, Edith R. Matthai, former LACBA President John J. Collins, and LACBA President-Elect Charles E. Michaels.
(from left) Edith R. Matthai, John J. Collins, Chief Justice George and Charles E. Michaels.
(from left) Charles E. Michaels, Edith R. Matthai, Stuart A. Forsyth, Chief Justice Ronald M. George, John J. Collins, Danette E. Meyers, W. Clark Brown.