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Shattuck-Price Outstanding Lawyer Award
This award was established in 1968 by the Los Angeles County Bar Association to honor two past presidents, Edward S. Shattuck and Ira M. Price II, who died in office. The award is presented, from time to time, to a lawyer who has shown extraordinary dedication to the high principles of the legal profession and to improving the administration of justice in Los Angeles County.
Shattuck-Price Award Criteria
Outstanding Jurist Award
Established in 1979, the Outstanding Jurist Award, one of LACBA’s most prestigious awards, is presented annually to a current or past member of the federal or state judiciary in Los Angeles County.
Outstanding Jurist Award Criteria
Diversity Impact Award
This award is given to an individual, bench officer, government legal office, public-interest law organization, law firm, corporation, or other legal service organization for his/her/its long and distinguished history of increasing inclusion and diversity in the practice of law.
Diversity Impact Award Criteria and Guidelines