LOS ANGELES – COURT OFFERS MCLE BENCH CONDUCT AND DEMEANOR TRAINING FOR TEMPORARY JUDGES
The Los Angeles Superior Court Temporary Judge Program is offering training for temporary judges pursuant to CRC Rule 2.812, et seq. Attorneys who have been members of the State Bar of California for 10 years are eligible to apply as a temporary judge. The Court is the program sponsor and is approved as a provider of Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of California (Provider No. 485). Participants will receive three hours of in-person Bench Conduct and Demeanor training.
Space is limited and MCLE credit is provided. Prepaid reservations are required and payment must be received by Sept. 3, 2019. Prepaid reservations are nonrefundable and nontransferable. For further details or reservation information, contact the Temporary Judge Program, 111 N. Hill St., Room 117, Los Angeles, CA 90012 or call (213) 633-1028.
PROGRAM: BENCH CONDUCT AND DEMEANOR
DATE: Sept. 10, 2019
LOCATION: Los Angeles Superior Court, Stanley Mosk Courthouse, 111 N. Hill Street, Room 222 (Second Floor), Los Angeles, CA 90012
TIME: Registration and lunch begin at noon.
Orientation and Training: 12:45 to 4 p.m.
PARKING: Information will be provided with enrollment confirmation
Bench Conduct and Demeanor: Sept. 10, 2019. MCLE CREDIT: Provider No. 485. The Los Angeles Superior Court has been approved as a continuing legal education provider of Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of California. This program will qualify for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of three hours of participatory credit: 1.0 hour will apply to elimination of bias in the legal profession credit, 1.0 hour will apply to legal ethics credit, and 1.0 hour will apply to general credit (of which zero (0) hours will apply to prevention, detection and treatment of substance abuse/mental illness that impairs professional competence), as appropriate to the content of the program.
Special Notice: The decision to appoint an attorney as a temporary judge is within the discretion of the presiding judge. An assignment to serve as a temporary judge does not constitute an employment relationship with the Court. For further information on requirements, disqualification, etc., see California Rules of Court, Rules 2.810-819, 10.740-10.746; Code of Ethics, Canon 6D
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