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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
May 21, 2010-
May 21, 2010
11:30AM - 12:00AM
Supreme Court Justice to Speak
Luncheon event with Justice Ming W. CHin
Sonoma,
Santa Rosa
Event Description

California Supreme Court Associate Justice Ming W. Chin will speak about “The Need to Maintain an Impartial Court System” and California’s new Court Case Management system on Friday, May 21, 2010 at 11:30am at the Hyatt Vineyard Creek, 170 Railroad St in Santa Rosa.

 Justice Chin is the former Chair of the California Judicial Council’s Commission on Impartial Courts and now chairs the committee charged with implementation of the Commission’s recommendations. He will provide his perspective on these timely and challenging issues in an open discussion.

 Justice Ming W. Chin became an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of California on March 1, 1996.  Justice Chin started his judicial career as a Superior Court Judge in Alameda County and went on to become the Presiding Justice for the Court of Appeal, First Appellate District, Division Three, in San Francisco.  He has authored landmark decisions in areas such as DNA, toxic tort insurance coverage, surrogate parents, and hate crimes.  Justice Chin obtained his JD from the University of San Francisco School of Law.

The cost for this luncheon event is $90/person.  To make reservations, please contact the Sonoma County Bar Association at 542-1190, extension 18.  Early registration is encouraged, as seating for this unique event is limited.

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Sonoma County Bar Association     Email: peter@sonomacountybar.org
Phone: 707-542-1190

 

 

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