Thursday, December 3, 2015
Starting at 5:00 pm
At the Mission Mill Dye House
Join your colleagues for an evening full of great company, food and spirits.
Your yearly MCBA dues of $50 will be collected at the door.
For additional information contact James Healy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-581-1501
The 2015 Biennial MCBA Memorial Service is scheduled for December 10, 2015 from 3:00-4:30pm at the Marion County Court House Courtroom 2-A, 100 High St. NE, Salem, Oregon. At this memorial service, the Marion County Bar Association recognizes members that have passed in the past two years for their significance to the Salem legal community. Families of deceased members are invited to attend this ceremony.
This Memorial will honor the following deceased members:
Elton Taylor Lafky
Bruce E. Jarman
Lloyd Guy Hammel Jr.
Darrell J. Williams
Hon. Albin Norblad
If you are aware of any other members who have passed and should be included in this list please contact Ryan W. Collier, email@example.com; 503-485-7224.
Please join the Mary Leonard Law Society for its annual luncheon welcoming the 2015 new admittees to the Oregon State Bar.
MLLS is pleased to announce that our keynote speaker with be Renee Rothauge
, a Shareholder of Markowitz Herbold PC. Renee is an experienced trial attorney and a co-founder of the Rothauge & Kaner Women’s Trial Academy.
When: Tuesday, November 3,, 2015, 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. on
Where: Willamette Heritage Center Dye House. Parking is available on site for free.
Lunch is $25.00 per person and FREE to new admittees.
Join us for a retirement celebration recognizing
THE HONORABLE DENNIS GRAVES
for his service and dedication to the Marion County
Circuit Court and our community.
Friday, October 30, 2015
From 3:00 – 5:00 p.m.
At the Marion County Courthouse
100 High Street, Salem, Oregon
Fifth Floor Jury Assembly Room
Mary Leonard Law Society Brownbag Series: “Fathers, Mothers, and Family Responsibilities Discrimination: Employee Rights to Take Leave Time for Maternity, Paternity, and Caregiving”
The Mary Leonard Law Society, OWLS Working Parents Committee, and State of Oregon Law Library invite you to a lunchtime presentation by Willamette law professor Keith Cunningham-Parmeter, a prolific scholar on emerging theories of employment discrimination, including work-family policy and gender theory. Learn about employee rights under state and federal laws to take leave time for maternity, paternity, and caring for family members, and other issues related to the rise of paternity leave and its intersection with gender equality in the workplace. This is a FREE event. Brownbag lunches and covered drinks welcome.
When: Tuesday, October 20, 2015, 12:00 to 1:00 p.m.
Where: State of Oregon Law Library, Oregon Supreme Court Building, 2nd floor, 1163 State St, Salem, OR 97301
Application for 1 General CLE credit pending
The Campaign for Equal Justice and the legal aid service providers of Marion and Polk Counties cordially ask you to join us for lunch and to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Campaign for Equal Justice: lawyers coming together to work for a more fair system, address unmet legal needs, and to give back to our profession. Oregon Supreme Court Justice Virginia Linder will provide keynote remarks about access to justice in Oregon.
WHEN: Thursday, September 24, 12:00-1:00 PM
WHERE: Mission Mill in Salem
To register, please contact the Campaign for Equal justice at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 503.295.8442.
CASA of Marion County needs you this Friday evening
Court Appointed Special Advocates are community volunteers appointed by a judge to advocate for abused and neglected children in state care. A CASA volunteer may be the only constant in that child’s life.
The need is great — on average, over 1,000 children in Marion County are in foster care.
So how can you help?
CASA of Marion County will launch a Monthly GIving Campaign this Friday, September 18, at Illahee Country Club. Marion County Commissioner Kevin Cameron will join us, as well as Lené Garrett, the new Executive Director of CASA of Marion County.
We will have desserts and time to mingle with others interested in helping children in Marion County. Please join us for the launch of our Monthly Giving Campaign!!
For more information on our program or to donate to our Campaign online, please visit: http://www.casamarionor.org/.
CASA of Marion County Monthly Giving Campaign Launch
Where: Illahee Country Club, 3376 Country Club Rd S, Salem
Date: Friday, September 18, 2015
Time: 7:00-8:00 p.m.
Come mingle with other community members interested in helping local kids
Questions or to RSVP, email Lené Garrett: Execdirector@casamarionor.org
Mary Leonard Law Society and Saalfeld Griggs PC proudly present the Salem Diversity Summit, a 3.25-hour Access to Justice CLE on diversity in the Salem legal community, followed by a networking social generously hosted by Saalfeld Griggs PC. Learn about the advantages of building a diverse team at your workplace; gain practical tips on cross-cultural communication and creating a workplace that incorporates diverse perspectives; and join the discussion on how to attract and retain diverse attorneys in Salem.
Featured speakers include Christina Lincicome, Director of Diversity and Inclusion, SAIF Corporation; Lillian A. Tsai, cross-cultural competency trainer, facilitator, coach, consultant, and founder of TsaiComms; Shannon Martinez, Incoming Managing Partner, Saalfeld Griggs PC; Mariann Hyland, Director, Diversity & Inclusion Department, Oregon State Bar; Erious Johnson, Jr., Director of Civil Rights, Oregon Department of Justice; and other local firm and government leaders.
What: Salem Diversity Summit
When: Wed, September 9, 2015, from 1:00 to 4:45 pm; networking social to follow
Where: Saalfeld Griggs PC, 250 Church St SE, Salem, Oregon 97301
REGISTER online at http://www.maryleonardlawsociety.org/september-9-2015-salem-diversity-summit.html or send a check to MLLS at PO Box P.O. Box 773, Salem, OR 97308:
$45 general admission
$30 for OWLS and other diversity bar members
$20 for judicial clerks and modest income
Free to law students