|Tuesday||05/24/2016||Noon to 1:30 PM|
Provided by Fourth District Court of Appeal, Division Two
|In June 2016, e-filing through ImageSoft's|
TrueFiling system will be mandatory for all
attorneys in the Court of Appeal, 4th District,
Div. 2. Attorneys, legal secretaries, paralegals
and any additional office staff involved with
filing eDocuments are welcomed and
encouraged to attend.
|Location||RCBA Building - John Gabbert Gallery|
|MCLE Credit||1.0 hr General|
|Fee||This training is FREE for all attendees.|
For attorneys that would like MCLE credit,
1 hour of general participatory credit will be
given. The cost for MCLE credit is Free for
all RCBA members and $25 for non-members.
|Other Info||Please register by sending an email with your|
name, job title, professional affiliation, to firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 951-682-1015 for reservations.
(RSVP deadline: May 20)
How badly does 4/2 need new justices? Kira Klatchko's President's Message in the current issue of Riverside Lawyer spells it out:
The Riverside-based Fourth District Court of Appeal, Division Two, also has the most acute need for justices of any appellate court in the state. The seven-justice court issued 998 opinions during fiscal year 2014, an average of 142 opinions per justice. During the same period, the ten justice Fourth District Court of Appeal, Division One, based in San Diego, issued 965 opinions, an average of 96.5 opinions per justice, and the eight justice Fourth District Court of Appeal, Division Three, based in Santa Ana, issued 818 opinions, an average of 102.25 opinions per justice. During that period, both San Diego and Santa Ana were accepting overflow cases from Division Two, but not a sufficient number to overcome the significant backlog of fully briefed appeals.