PASCCO & LOCAL EVENTS
SAVE THE DATES!!!
December 12, 2018: General Meeting (MCLE) at Goodwin Procter, Redwood City. Back by popular demand, Michelle Greer Galloway, Esq. Legal Ethics--New Rules & Challenges in 2018. Register today on Events page
SAVE THE DATES!!!
February 9, 2019: CCP Exam American River College Sacramento
February 9, 2019: CCP Exam San Diego
June 1, 2019: CCP Exam American River College Sacramento
June 14, 2019: CCP Exam San Francisco
June 15, 2019: CAPA Annual June Conference hosted by SFPA, Hilton near SFO San Francisco. Save the Date-June 2019.pdf
November 1, 2019: CCP Exam Fresno City College
November 2, 2019: CAPA Biennial Leadership Conference hosted by FPA, Fresno City College
USPTO Silicon Valley has MCLE and non MCLE events scheduled. Check them out at https://www.uspto.gov/about-us/uspto-locations/silicon-valley-ca/silicon-valley-uspto-events
NALA offers MCLE webinars, check them out at https://www.nala.org/continuing-education
All committees welcome your help!
The Membership Committee is welcoming members in joining us in discussions and projects pertaining to our membership base, member engagement, and proposals for making PASCCO a better organization for all local current and aspiring Paralegals.
CAPA also has many different committees you can join to be involved and make a difference on a state level. You do not need to be on any board to serve on a CAPA committee. Contact email@example.com for further details.
State Bar Board of Trustees Appoints Legal Tech Task Force to Increase Access to Justice Through Innovation
The State Bar of California's Board of Trustees appointed the members of a newly-created task force on technology and the law, which will study ways to increase access to justice for all Californians by responsibly harnessing the power of technology.
The State Bar Task Force on Access Through Innovation of Legal Services (ATILS) is charged with identifying possible regulatory changes to enhance the delivery of, and access to, legal services through the use of technology, including artificial intelligence and online legal service delivery models.
The task force will have 23 members, a majority of which are non-attorneys. A non-attorney majority helps ensure that the recommendations of the Task Force are focused on protecting the interests of the public. Justice Lee Edmon will serve as Chair of the Task Force.
2018 CAPA CONNECTION NEWSBLASTS