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Community News – January 2019

Community News – January 2019

Snell & Wilmer is pleased to announce that Orange County attorney Tony Carucci has joined as the first Chair of the Associate Board of Directors for The Constitutional Rights Foundation of Orange County (CRF-OC). CRF-OC is a local non-profit education organization dedicated to promoting civic literacy, youth leadership and career awareness among OC teens. Operating […]

Community News – December 2018

Community News – December 2018

Keller/Anderle LLP, a nationally recognized bet-the-company business litigation firm based in Irvine, has been selected to the list of “Top Boutique Firms of 2018,” as chosen by the Los Angeles and San Francisco Daily Journals, one of only 20 firms so honored across the entire state. Keller/Anderle was selected in the Commercial Litigation category in […]

Community News – November 2018

Community News – November 2018

The California Lawyers Association named Jennifer Keller to the “2018 Trial Lawyer Hall of Fame.” Keller’s selection, as one of only 31 attorneys inducted into the Hall of Fame over the years, is another in the line of her many recent statewide and national awards as one of the state’s most highly regarded trial lawyers. […]

Community News – October 2018

Community News – October 2018

Song Richardson, Dean of UCI Law, received the 2018 “Be The Change” Legal Excellence Award at the 2nd Annual Diversity & Inclusion Unity in Service Celebration. In addition Casey Johnson, a partner at Aitken * Aitken * Cohn LLP, and OCBA Board Member Rick McNeil, a partner at Crowell & Moring LLP, also received the […]

Community News – September 2018

Community News – September 2018

Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger LLP (CDF), an award-winning employment, labor and immigration law firm recognized for protecting employers with workforces in California for nearly 25 years, was recently named one of the “Best Law Firms for Minority Attorneys” in Law360’s 2018 Glass Ceiling Report for firms with 20-149 attorneys. This accolade arrives on the heels […]

Community News – August 2018

Community News – August 2018

Hughes & Hughes, LLP, a family law firm in Tustin, was recently honored as the 2018 California Small Business Association Honoree for Senate District 37 by Senator John Moorlach. Lisa Hughes, Bruce Hughes, David Wald, Stacey Stone, and Kathryn Yarnal were at the California Small Business DayTM 2018 held in Sacramento to accept the award. […]

Community News – July 2018

Community News – July 2018

Jeff Greenman, Founder of Greenman Law P.C., a plaintiffs-only firm in Aliso Viejo, has been named to the 2018 Super Lawyers Rising Stars List. Greenman earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Washington before earning his J.D. from Chapman University School of Law in 2006. Prior to opening his personal injury firm, Greenman worked […]

Community News – June 2018

Community News – June 2018

OCBA member Melinda Gomez announced the formation of Law Office of Melinda Gomez a full-service family law firm handling everything from prenuptial agreements and mediation to litigation. She offers legal services for divorce (dissolution), parentage (paternity), child custody and visitation, child support, spousal support, prenuptial & post-nuptial agreements, mediation, and domestic violence. Prior to opening […]

Want to Get More Done? Think Big and Act Small.

Want to Get More Done? Think Big and Act Small.

Lawyers work hard. It’s what they do. The good news is that hard work can be deeply satisfying. It feels good to do a job well done. Accomplishment gives us meaning. Hopefully this resonates, because it’s a feeling you’ve experienced before. But it’s not just me making this assertion about the connection between hard work […]

20 Frustrating Things Lawyers Do While Delegating

20 Frustrating Things Lawyers Do While Delegating

Solo lawyers who want to scale their law practice must delegate. Yes, as a lawyer you have the brainpower to do pretty much whatever you set your mind to do. That’s the problem. You are doing too many things that are outside of your genius zone, which is practicing law, in case you forgot! Delegating […]

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