Hispanic Bar Association of Orange County
June 10, 2009
HNBA of Southern California e-Noticias:
CLI Reception in Honor of Justice Cruz Reynoso/ MABF Annual Scholarship and Awards Gala
Thursday, June 11, 2009: Reception in Honor of Justice Cruz Reynoso
Community Lawyers, Inc. (CLI) and El Camino College Compton Center invite you to a reception in honor of former California Supreme Court Associate Justice Cruz Reynoso on Thursday, June 11, 2009, from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., in the Library at the El Camino College Compton Center, located at 1111 E. Artesia Boulevard, Compton, California 90221.
Please come celebrate the life's work of the Honorable Cruz Reynoso and learn about the work of Community Lawyers, Inc. Please RSVP no later than today at (310) 635-8182 or by email to email@example.com.
Saturday, June 13, 2009: MABF's Annual Scholarship and Awards Gala
You are invited to attend the Mexican American Bar Foundation's Annual Scholarship and Awards Gala this Saturday, June 13, 2009 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, 9876 Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills California (corner of Wilshire and Santa Monica). The evening's awardees will include Castulo de la Rocha, President and Chief Executive Officer, Alta-Med Health Services; Cecilia Estolano, Chief Executive Officer, Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles; J.P. Suarez, Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Wal-Mart Stores International; and Stanley Delnick, Founding Trusteee/MABF and Past President/MABA.
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Southern California Region
|Opening and Running Your Law Practice on a Shoestring Budget
ORANGE COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION
SOLO PRACTITIONER/SMALL FIRM SECTION MCLE
Thursday, June 18, 2009
12:00 p.m. Registration/Lunch
12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Program
300 S. Flower St., Orange
How to open and operate a law practice and keep your overhead very low.
- Offices: virtual, subtenant, executive offices
- Malpractice insurance options
- Research: there are free and inexpensive options
- Finding and paying employees and independent contractors
- Computer software: Microsoft Office Suite, Abacus, Prolaw, Timeslips
Carolyn M. Dillinger, Attorney at Law, The Dillinger Law Firm, PC
Rosemary Amezcua-Moll, Attorney at Law, Amezcua-Moll & Associates, PC
MCLE CREDIT = 1.00
This activity has been approved for MCLE credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of 1.0 hour(s), as appropriate to the content of the activity. OCBA is a State Bar of California approved MCLE provider and certifies that this activity conforms to the standards for approved education activities prescribed by the rules
and regulations of the State Bar of California governing MCLE.
Reservations will not be taken over the phone. Seating is limited.
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Senior Assistant City Attorney- Civil
CITY OF ANAHEIM
$131,101 - $180,264 / year
The City of Anaheim is seeking a Senior Assistant City Attorney, who will direct, manage, supervise, and coordinate the activities and operations of the Civil Division of the City Attorney's Office. This position provides highly responsible and complex administrative support to the City Attorney, and represents the City Attorney in the City Attorney's absence. Requirements include: eight years of increasingly responsible experience in the field of municipal law including a minimum of two years of administrative and supervisory responsibility, graduation from a law school accredited by the American Bar Association with a Juris octorate degree, membership in the State Bar of California and license to practice in the federal courts, and possession of, or ability to obtain a valid California Driver's License by date of appointment. Expertise or experience in public sector labor and employment law and advising law enforcement agencies is highly desirable. A City of Anaheim application is required and will be accepted by the Human Resources Department through MONDAY, JUNE 15, 2009. For more information and to obtain an online application, visit: www.anaheim.net
or call 714-765-5111. EOE
50% off special invitation from the Pacific Symphony and Olga and Fernando Niebla
Please join us for a very special concert celebrating the music of Mexican composers including:
Ana Lara, Word Premiere of Altre lontananze
Plus Beethoven's monumental Piano Concerto No. 5, "The Emperor"
A reception will follow the June 13 concert in the Box Circle Lobby on the second floor. Please RSVP at (714) 755-5788 ext. 182 if you plan to attend.
June 11th at 8:00pm
June 12th at 8:00pm
June 13th at 8:00pm
For tickets go to:
Or call Sheri Mitchell at (714) 876-2384
Justice Eileen Moore to receive California Women Lawyers' Joan Dempsey Klein award
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO THE
CALIFORNIA WOMEN LAWYERS'
TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL JUDICIAL RECEPTION
At which The Honorable Justice Eileen C. Moore, Orange County Associate Justice of the Court of Appeal, Fourth Appellate District, Division Three will be presented the 2009 Joan Dempsey Klein Award
Friday, June 26, 2009
5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
909 N. Main Street
Santa Ana, CA 92701
$45-Current CWL Members;
$30- Government Employees;
Members of the Judiciary are guests of CWL
Co-Sponsors: Orange County Women Lawyers, Women Lawyers of Long BeachDownload flier >
Orange County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (OCHCC) June Networking Mixer
Join us in kicking off the summer with an art showcase, fod and socializing!
Thursday, June 25, 2009
from 5:30pm to 7:30pm
OC Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
2130 E. 4th St., Suite 160
Santa Ana, CA 92705
Cost: Members Free / Non-Members $10.
Come and vote for your favorite piece of artwork from the talented Santa Ana College students. Taste the amazing food of Rose Wade Catering. Get a quote for business cards or printing from MyDesign2Print, no job is too big or small! Come and hear Frank Sinatra tribute artist!
Opportunity at The National Immigration Law Center (NILC)
Immigration Law Center (NILC) is seeking a Policy Director for our
Washington, D.C. office. This is an exciting leadership opportunity for
someone committed to immigrant rights and social and economic justice
with demonstrated experience in legislative and administrative advocacy,
and other aspects of government relations. The Policy Director will help
to develop and implement NILC's advocacy agenda, supervise mid-level
management staff and provide technical and strategic assistance to all
policy staff. The Director will assume a leadership role at the agency,
helping to develop and implement the strategic plan to further NILC's
NILC is a national
legal advocacy organization working to promote and advance the rights
and opportunities of low-income immigrants and their families. Since
1979, NILC's policy advocacy and impact litigation have resulted in
significant victories promoting the fair treatment of low-income
immigrants by courts and government agencies, and ensuring immigrants
are fully integrated into society by expanding their access to
employment, health care, and other services. NILC has an annual budget
of close to $3 million and a staff of 30. The Policy Director will join
a team of bright staff committed to improving the lives of low-income
immigrants through legislative and administrative advocacy, litigation,
and other strategies.
This is a
full-time, exempt, salaried position. The Policy Director reports to the
Executive Director, and is a member of the organization's Executive
ASSEMBLY PASSES JONES BILL TO
EXPAND ACCESS TO COURT INTERPRETERS
June 1, 2009
(SACRAMENTO) - As the Assembly approaches its deadline to pass bills out of its house of origin, today there was a victory for those who need interpreting services in civil court. AB 663, by Assemblymember Dave Jones (D-Sacramento), would provide interpreters to people needing language assistance in California civil courts. The measure establishes limited pilot programs across the state to provide a court-appointed interpreter when parties need language assistance in critical civil cases and are unable to afford the cost of a private interpreter.
"Access to justice is a bedrock principle of our democracy, yet there are many Californians for whom language is an insurmountable barrier to the courts. Seven million Californians cannot access court services without significant language assistance and cannot effectively participate in court proceedings without a qualified interpreter," explained Jones.
The courts do not currently provide interpreters for most civil cases. For Californians who need language assistance, the prospect of navigating the legal system is daunting, especially for the growing number of people in our family courts and other cases who have no choice but to appear in court without an interpreter. The court system suffers if court orders are based on incomplete or erroneous information, or if the parties cannot understand and comply with court orders.
AB 663 is sponsored by the Judicial Council, the policy-making body of the California court system, and the State Bar of California. The bill is supported by Asian Americans for Civil Rights & Equality (AACRE), California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation (CRLAF) the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF) and numerous other legal aid, civil rights and community based organizations. It now moves to the State Senate where it is expected to be heard in the Senate Judiciary Committee later this month.
Contact: Janice Rocco
Chapman Law School's Spring 2009 On-Campus Interview (OCl) program
We would like you to participate Chapman Law School's Spring 2009 On-Campus Interview (OCl) program. This year's interviews will be held from August 24 - October 30, 2009. We encourage
all employers with summer associate or law clerk openings (paid or unpaid) to use the OCI program as a means of filling these positions.
Chapman Law, founded in 1995, received its full accreditation by the American Bar Association in record speed in August 2002 and attained membership in the prestigious American Association of Law Schools in January 2006. The school is led by an enthusiastic and talented faculty educated at premier law schools and includes a Nobel Laureate and four former law clerks to United States Supreme Court Justices. We are also pleased to announce that for the third consecutive year, our bar passage rate has risen. In addition, we continue to rank among the nation's best law schools in Princeton Review's Best 174 Law Schools, 2009 Edition. Chapman retained its Top 10 status in the "Quality of 1.ife (#3),"
"Professors Rock (Legally Speaking) (#7)," and "Best Classroom Experience (#3)" categories. More importantly, Chapman added a fourth Top 10 category to its roster-"Most Diverse Faculty," debuting at #9. Our newest Top 10 ranking demonstrates the significant effort Chapman has undertaken to have one of the most ideologically diverse law faculties in the country. Now only Northwestern and Stanford have placed in more Top 10 categories, with six and five placements, respectively.
Chapman Law students and graduates have been recruited by a wide array of employers, including large national law firms, government agencies, and corporations. Twenty-six of our graduates have served as judicial clerks, with positions ranging from state appellate courts to federal bankruptcy courts and
federal district courts. To better acquaint you with Chapman Law and its students, we have enclosed some materials for your review.
To participate in Chapman's OCI program, please return the Employer Registration Form enclosed in this packet by July 1, 2009. If we can provide you with any further information about Chapman Law or its students, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are happy to assist you with your recruitment needs.
Jay Levine, Ph.D.
Director of Career Services
PLC Volunteers for Justice 2009 Annual Dinner
Monday, June 22, 2009
Hyatt Regency Irvine
5:30 p.m. Reception and Silent Auction
7:00 p.m. Dinner and ProgramView complete invitation Make your reservation
to HonorHowrey LLP
- Law Firm of the YearDeborah S. Mallgrave, Snell & Wilmer L.L.P.
- Attorney of the YearVolunteer Center Orange County
- Community Partner of the Year
Distinguished Keynote SpeakerWilliam Schneider
CNN Senior Political Analyst
For Information Contact:
Nicole Surratt 714.541.1010 Ext. 276
Public Law Center
601 Civic Center Drive West Santa Ana, California 92701
Remedies and Strategies for Permanent Resident Clients
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This manual contains detailed chapters on the grounds of deportability and inadmissibility, as well as the most common remedies for those charged with removability for crimes: LPR cancellation of removal (Chapter 4), former § 212(c) relief (Chapter 5), and relief under § 212(h) of the Immigration & Nationality Act (Chapter 6). It also contains a Chapter devoted to the comparison of LPR cancellation of removal and §212(h) relief (Chapter 7), and a summary of other, less common remedies for permanent resident clients (Chapter 8). Finally, it contains a separate chapter on detention, (Chapter 9) and a chapter on how to work with clients to obtain the best evidence in their cases (Chapter 10).
Throughout the manual, we also emphasize that termination of removal proceedings is the best remedy for the permanent resident client, and that whether or not a client has a claim to U.S. citizenship should never be ignored.
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The U Visa: Obtaining Status for Immigrant Victims of Crime
Motions to Suppress: Protecting the Constitutional Rights of Immigrants in Removal Proceedings
Winning Asylum Cases
Families & Immigration: A Practical Handbook
Hardship in Immigration Law: How to Prepare a Winning Case in Waiver and Cancellation of Removal Cases
For our current offerings with pricing, including updated editions and
new titles, visit www.ilrc.org/publications
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1663 Mission St, Ste 602, San Francisco, CA 94103
(T) 415-255-9499 (F) 415-255-9792 (E) firstname.lastname@example.org (W) www.ilrc.org
| 2009 Executive Board Members
Monica E Lukoschek
Carlos X. Colorado
Genoveva Meza Talbott
Luis A. Barba
Chief Financial Officer:
Olivia Carrillo Hickman
Immediate Past President:
Norma García Guillén
2009 Board of Directors
Eric M. Alderete
Eva Casas Sarmiento
Theresa C. Lopez
Christy Marie Lopez
José A. Hernandez
Jorge A. Martinez
Marcus S. Quintanilla
Federico C. Sayre