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California Chapters of ABOTA

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California Coast

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Los Angeles

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Orange County

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Sacramento Valley

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San Bernardino/Riverside

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San Diego

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San Francisco

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San Joaquin Valley

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The Legend Continues… Join us for CAL-ABOTA’s Annual Hawaii Conference

November 3-8, 2014

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History of CAL-ABOTA

CAL-ABOTA was originally formed in 1977.  Currently, CAL-ABOTA represents the more than 1,500 California ABOTA members and the 8 California ABOTA chapters.  Equally represented by plaintiff and defense trial lawyers, CAL-ABOTA stands uniquely ready to address issues of concern to all trial lawyers and judges and to protect the right to trial by jury guaranteed by the 7th Amendment to the Constitution.

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Trial Lawyer of the Year

Michael A. Kelly of the San Francisco Chapter — CAL-ABOTA 2014 Trial Lawyer of the Year. Recognized as the highest honor a California trial lawyer can receive, the CAL-ABOTA Trial Lawyer of the Year is awarded annually to a recipient exhibiting the best traits of a trial lawyer — excellence in advocacy, a distinguished career and a reputation for civility, ethics and fair

News Release --
Change to California Lawyer Oath: The Supreme Court, acting on CAL-ABOTA's petition, has changed the California Lawyer's Oath to include:

“As an officer of the Court, I will strive to conduct myself at all times with dignity, courtesy, and integrity.”