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AT THE 67th ANNUAL AWARDS DINNER AND GALA

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UPDATED ANNOUNCEMENT:

2020 Awards Dinner - Event Cancelation


With deep regrets, we are announcing cancelation of
the 2020 67th Annual Awards Dinner. We'll be back
in 2021 - and that's a promise. Stay tuned.


Our commitment is to you. So we are putting together monthly MCLE credit programs
with great, relevant speakers, to be viewed live on Zoom or similar applications, at
nomional cost to be determined. This will count as participatory credit,
just as soon as we work out the details with the State Bar MCLE Compliance Unit.


But, of course, we look forward to everyone getting together again for our traditional
dinner meetings - so keep checking back here for updates. Those registered will
automatically receive updates by email.


If you're not on our email list you can join by clicking HERE
If you are already a CCBA Member you are on our newsletter email list -
Just make sure to keep us updated with any changes in your
address or other contact infortmation.


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At our 2021 Annual Awards Dinner, we will be honoring these
outstanding 2020 awardees AND MORE!

MORTON HERBERT SERVICE AWARD -
Deputy DA Robert L. Grace, Jr.
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ROBERT TAKASUGI JUDICIAL EXCELLENCE AWARD –
Honorable Charlaine F. Olmedo
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JOSEPH ROSEN JUSTICE AWARD –
Attorney Frank P. Duncan
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JERRY GIESLER MEMORIAL AWARD –
Attorney Karen L. Goldstein
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PRESIDENT’S AWARD -
Ezekiel P. Perlo
Directing Attorney, Los Angeles County Bar Association,
Indigent Criminal Defense Appointments Program


NOTE

We can issue a refund of your 2020 ticket purchase.
To request a refund, please call (626) 577-5005 or email laccbaevents@gmail.com.

We apologize for any inconveniences this may cause and we thank you for understanding.

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