The SFVBA Nominating Committee is currently seeking attorney members who aspire to lead the Bar Association to be nominated as candidates for its 20-member Board of Trustees.
Retired California Supreme Court Justice Armand Arabian passed away on March 28. “Justice Arabian was a Valley legal community icon and a central part of the San Fernando Valley Bar Association’s history,” says SFVBA President Alan Kassan.
A burst pipe has forced the closure of the Van Nuys East courthouse at 6230 Sylmar Avenue. Parties with matters on calendar should report to the adjacent Van Nuys West courthouse.
The SFVBA Attorney Referral Service made a $5,000 donation to the United Way Disaster Recovery Funds.
The San Fernando Valley Bar Association announced the winners of the Board of Trustees Election, which concluded on September 8, 2017.
The SFVBA Nominating Committee met on May 25 to select officer and trustee candidates for the 2017-2018 Board of Trustees. Election Day is September 8, 2017.
SFVBA Board President Kira Masteller sent a letter to the San Fernando Valley’s Congressional delegation requesting full funding of the Legal Services Corporation in the federal budget.
SFVBA is currently looking to hire a full‐time Member Services Coordinator to administer the SFVBA Mandatory Fee Arbitration Program and manage member services.
The SFVBA is collecting dental care supplies, assorted toiletries and personal care items to provide to homeless residents of LA Family Housing in North Hollywood.
The SFVBA Board of Trustees issued a statement supporting the independence of the judiciary following its February 13 Board meeting.