Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Making, Changing and Researching Legislation

Register here for the next LA County Bar Appellate Courts Section program, on October 27:

Making, Changing and Researching Legislation
Join us as our distinguished speakers explore the following topics: (1) how an idea becomes a bill and a bill becomes law in the California legislative process; (2) how attorneys can initiate change in existing legislation or propose new legislation through the Conference of California Bar Associations, known as the CCBA; and (3) how to research legislative intent (for free) using material available at law libraries and on-line.
Earn 1.5 hours of MCLE credit which includes 1.5 hours of Appellate Law Specialization Credit.
Sarvenaz Bahar, Bahar Law Office Moderator
Lawrence D. Doyle, Conference of California Bar Associations Legislative Representative
Carol Ebbinghouse, California Court of Appeal (2nd District) Law Library Library Director
Ralph Stahlberg, LA Law Library Director of Reference & Research