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  • Friday, March 24, 2023 9:14 AM | Nancy Seley (Administrator)

    Placer County Superior Court just released a copy of the proposed changes to local rules.  Of importance, changes are proposed to Rules 30.1.1 and 30.19 pertaining to family law matters, specifically, Child Custody Recommending Counseling: Referrals to Private Child Custody Recommending Counseling (New) and expedited hearings (non-DCSS).  

    The court will accept comments through May 7, 2023.  Click the link above to read the changes.

  • Monday, February 27, 2023 4:21 PM | Nancy Seley (Administrator)

    The ABA has announced its Law Day Topic for 2023: Cornerstones of Democracy: Civics, Civility and Collaboration.  Announcements to all Placer County High Schools will go out this spring and it is open to all students who will be juniors or seniors in the fall of 2023. 

  • Tuesday, February 21, 2023 2:19 PM | Nancy Seley (Administrator)

    Dear PCBA Members. The Placer County Law Library will be temporarily closed with a reopening date not yet set. We apologize for the inconvenience and look forward to reopening the law library as soon as possible. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at jordan@maurer.law.  Thank you. 

    Jordan Maurer

    President, Placer County Law Library Board of Trustees

  • Monday, January 09, 2023 2:26 PM | Nancy Seley (Administrator)
    • Sacramento City Attorney's office has an opening for Senior Deputy City attorney in its litigation department.  Details can be found here or apply online.
    • Maurer Law Corp. located in Auburn by the Historic Courthouse is looking for an associate attorney.  Details and contact information can be found here.
    • The City of Rocklin has a job opening for an Assistant City Attorney.  Job announcement and application can be found here.
  • Sunday, January 08, 2023 2:21 PM | Nancy Seley (Administrator)

    The following proposed amendments are open for public comment:

    • Proposed Amendment re: annual civility pledge.  This amendment would require a one-time declaration and complete an annual pledge for attorneys to conduct themselves with civility.
    • Rules of Professional conduct addressing incivility.  These changes would clarify that a lawyer may be disciplined for incivility and provide a new basis in the rules for discipline.
    • MCLE Changes:  The changes would increase the MCLE competency requirement, add requirements on technology in law practice and civility, and allow credit for certain activities. The proposed changes would not increase the total hours required under MCLE rules.
    • Amendments to the Rules of the State Bar Pertaining to Testing Accommodations for first year exams and/or the bar exam to accommodate those with disabilities.
    • Amendment to Title 4 pertaining to moral character.  This amendment is to clarify and codify any ambiguity or confusion between the B&P code and Rule 4.40.
    • Proposed revisions to Law Office Study Program.  This program allows for the taking of the bar exam without attending from law school providing the attendance is performed by working four years in a law office or Judge's chambers
    • Rule revisions regarding the practical training of law students.  This would clarify certain eligibility of participants allowing for LLM students and student participants of the Law Office Study Program. 
    • Proposed amendment concerning the rules relating to grant administration

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