Register Today for Bridging the Gap 2018: From Books to Billables—A Primer for Success!

On Saturday, April 7, judicial officers and experienced attorneys will share their insights into the practice of law

First- and second-year attorneys are invited to join LACBA at Loyola Law School for a special program specifically created to help in making the transition from law school student to legal professional—BRIDGING THE GAP 2018: From Books to Billables—A Primer for Success!

This complimentary full day program will feature judicial officers and seasoned lawyers sharing their insight and experience across numerous practice areas, including: Appellate Practice, Bankruptcy Law, Civil Litigation, Family Law, Federal Practice, Government/Public Interest Law, Immigration Law, Labor/Employment Law, Personal Injury, Probate Law, and Real Estate (Transactional), among others. 

Justice John L. Segal, Associate Justice of the California Court of Appeal, and Hon. Daniel J. Buckley, Presiding Judge, Superior Court of Los Angeles County, will serve as the special luncheon keynote speakers at Bridging the Gap.

Distinguished “faculty members” scheduled to participate include: Associate Justice Lamar W. Baker, Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District; Hon. Barry Russell, United States Bankruptcy Court, Central District of California; and Los Angeles Superior Court judges including Assistant Presiding Judge Kevin C. Brazile, Hon. Michelle W. Court, Hon. Amy M. Pellman and Hon. Mary Thornton House, with additional judges and attorneys joining the program daily.

To register for the program, and overview of the schedule of speakers and program CLICK HERE.