Interested SFVBA attorney and associate members are encouraged to submit their applications to run as a candidate for a seat on the Bar Association’s Board of Trustees.
More than 75 attendees were on hand for the SFVBA’s recent Candidate’s Forum for those running in the upcoming June 4 special Los Angeles City Council election.
On May 7. the SFVBA will hold a public forum for the candidates running in the upcoming Special Election for a seat on the City Council to represent the Valley’s Council District 12.
A large crowd of SFVBA Trustees, members and dignitaries were on hand to celebrate the official opening of the Bar’s new administrative offices in Woodland Hills
Last Christmas season, the Bar collected a huge assortment of toys to be distributed to Valley residents unable to provide holiday gifts for their children.
More than 250 attendees were on hand at the SFVBA’s recent Annual Judges’ Night Dinner at the Warner Center Marriott Hotel in Woodland Hills.
The members and staff of the SFVBA, the ARS, and the VCLF extend their most sincere condolences to the family of attorney Marcia Kraft, who died suddenly on Wednesday, February 13.
A long-time member of the SFVBA, Worker’s Compensation Judge Donald H. Foster has passed away. A funeral service in planned February 23 in Woodland Hills.
Judges David B. Gelfound and Shirley K. Watkins will be honored at the Bar’s annual Judges’ Night Dinner, Thursday, February 28, at the Marriott Woodland Hills.
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.