The Los Angeles Superior Court has crafted a series of guidelines and protocols to help court management respond and adapt court operations to COVID-19-related events.
The SFVBA is taking sensible steps to protect the health and welfare of our members and employees and, at the same time, still effectively serve the Valley legal community and the public.
Effective April 1, 2020, the Central Family Law Division at the Stanley Mosk Courthouse in downtown Los Angeles will implement a series of Bench assignment and courtroom changes.
The San Fernando Valley Bar Association recently honored Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Virginia Keeny with its prestigious Judge of the Year Award.
Two California-based and state only-accredited law schools have filed major change applications to offer their entire JD degree programs 100 percent online.
The recent two-day SFVBA MCLE offered attendees the opportunity to address key issues such as the elimination of bias and the effective use of technology.
The Los Angeles County Superior Court has published the latest round of civil courtroom reassignments at the Mosk and Spring Street Courthouses in downtown Los Angeles.
The SFVBA and the Valley Community Legal Foundation, teamed up recently to Blanket the Homeless and collect toys for needy children.
The Los Angeles Superior Court has reopened the Hollywood Courthouse, the only courthouse in the state dedicated to the exclusive handling of mental health cases.
The Court will commence operations on December 9, 2019, and will cover Kern, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, and Ventura counties, and parts of Los Angeles County.