My professional Association, the Orange County Bar Association, has just created a new Section, named the "Masters Division." While the term "master" could be inflated, it at least recognizes that some practitioners have managed to endure and maybe even thrive in the practice of law for over 20 years. For many of us, that includes the stresses of litigation. I'm frankly interested, as an amateur student of psychology, to observe how many of us are not only wizened but wise for the experience.
Here is the announcement of the first meeting of the newly formed section:
Historic Trials Re-lived: Tate - La Bianca Murder Trial
Thursday, Sept. 22, 2011
Registration & Social 5:30 p.m.; Dinner 7:00 p.m.; Program 7:45 p.m.
Turnip Rose, Grand Newport Plaza
Costa Mesa, CA
Don't miss the OCBA Masters Division's inaugural event! Former L.A. County Deputy District Attorney Vincent Bugliosi will deliver a keynote address as we take an in-depth look at the historic Tate - La Bianca murder trial.Speaker:
Former LA County Deputy District AttorneyTopic:
Historic Trials Re-lived: Tate – La Bianca Murder TrialRegister online or download the registration flyer.