MCLE Dinner Honoring Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Importance of Diversity in ADR
L'Olivier in San Francisco 465 Davis Court, San Francisco (between Jackson and Washington) Cocktails: 6 p.m. Dinner: 7 p.m.
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Please join us as Justice Harry Low discusses:
How the Disenfranchisement of African-Americans and Asians Contributed to Bringing Mediation to California Courts
Justice Harry Low was the Presiding Justice for California’s 1st District Court of Appeal from 1983 to 1992. He also served as Municipal and Superior Court Judge in San Francisco from 1967 to 1983, as well as Insurance Commissioner for the State of California and as Commissioner on the Worker’s Compensation Appeals Board. He began his legal career as a Deputy Attorney General following his graduation from UC Berkeley School of Law and UC Berkeley. Justice Low’s involvement in civil rights issues included being President of the San Francisco Human Rights and Police Commissions and serving as the National President of the Chinese-American Citizens Alliance for ten years. He received the Spirit of Excellence Award from the ABA in 2002 and was honored by UC Berkeley School of Law with the Judge Lowell Jensen Public Service Award and the Distinguished Alumni Award for extraordinary contributions to the legal profession. n
To register and pay online, got to:
$75 Non-Member Guests
No refunds for cancellations — sorry, but we have to guarantee our count so we are unable to refund your payment if you cancel.
Seating is limited! RSVP below by Friday January 16, 2015.
To pay by check*, please send name(s) of attending with payment of
$65 per member and $75 per guest to:
The Mediation Society
1054C Elbert Street
Oakland, CA 94602
*please mail checks with sufficient time for delivery prior to 01-16-2015