After six years in Tarzana, the SFVBA has relocated its headquarters to new spacious offices in the prestigious Carlton Plaza complex on Ventura Blvd. in Woodland Hills.
Register now for the SFVBA’s 22nd Annual MCLE Marathon, January 18-19, 2019 at the Braemar Country Club in Tarzana. Attendees will earn MCLE credit for participating.
The San Fernando Valley Bar Association is working with several national, regional and local groups to coordinate legal relief efforts for victims of the devastating Woolsey Fire.
Beverly Hills-based Cohan-Horn provides insurance and retirement solutions such as income protection and asset allocation exclusively for lawyers and law firms.
The L.A. Superior Court has issued its new schedule for the efiling of all Limited, Unlimited and Complex Civil Division documents.
The annual Valley Lawyer Cover Auction raises funds for the work of the Valley Community Legal Foundation, the charitable arm of the SFVBA.
Michelle S. Short, a former SFVBA Trustee and Court Commissioner, has been named a judge on the Los Angeles Superior Court.
After a law career spanning 57 years, former SFVBA President Kevin G. Lynch has passed away at his home in Canyon Country.
Documents filed with the LASC in Decedent’s Estate and Trust probate cases are now available to view and purchase on the Court’s website.
SFVBA’s long-time Executive Director Elizabeth Post is stepping down from her position on October 6, 2018, after almost 25 years at the helm of the 2,000+ member nonprofit organization.