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May 18 — 1 Hour MCLE — Litigating Housing Rights

Tenants’ Rights Lawyers Frances Campbell and Nima Farahani will help you learn how to plead these cases so that they generate not only damages for the client, but fees for the practitioner. This MCLE will cover both statutory and the common law claims, and address the pros and cons of litigating these cases in state and federal court.

Where: Sherman Oaks Galleria Community Room, which is behind the escalators on the same level as Cheesecake Factory.  Just keep walking past the escalators and you’ll see the sign.

When: Wednesday May 18, 6:00 p.m. social, 7:00 p.m. program.

How Much? $40 for members and $50 for non-members and includes a fine meal and great company.

Space is limited so please RSVP by email, or call Cheryl at (818) 272-8652.

Save the Date for ELA Spring Fling!!!

The Encino Lawyers Association is flinging for Spring at the fabulous Lakeside Cafe and you NEED to come party with us!

We’re talking Lawyers by the Lake, April 20, 5-7 p.m.  


There will be libations and excellent nosh, all courtesy of our wonderful sponsors:


Atkinson-Baker Court Reporters

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2016.03.18 DL LogoDANIELS LAW

Space is limited, so be sure to RSVP  by filling out the contact form below, or calling Cheryl at (818) 272-8652.

See you by the Lake!

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Encino Lawyers Association Gives GREAT MCLE!

ELA gives great MCLE!ELA provides quality mandatory continuing legal education in a friendly, professional setting.

ELA’s continuing education speaker program offers presenters covering a wide variety of topics.

ELA members have been treated to vibrant discussions of protection of attorney client privilege in the digital age, collaborative law, bankruptcy basics, perils and pitfalls of documentary film making, in’s and out’s of buy-sell agreements, and preservation of evidence.

ELA’s meetings and MCLE speaker programs are held the second Wednesday of each month.

Check us out on Facebook or LinkedIn for upcoming presentations.

MCLE stands for the mandatory or minimum continuing legal education required of attorneys in jurisdictions that have adopted an MCLE requirement. California has adopted a MCLE requirement for its lawyers.
Attorneys are required to complete a total of 25 hours of approved credit every 3 years. Visit the State Bar of California website to review the requirements. To ensure that lawyers receive quality legal education, the State Bar approves MCLE Providers and education activities.