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In Brief

Across the Bar

Across the Bar: Third Quarter 2016

Across the Bar: Third Quarter 2016

 

Featuring Three Perspectives on Mentoring, Business Method Patents, San Joaquin County's Veteran's Treatment Court and Under Oath: Stephen Rosenbaum

Across the Bar: Third Quarter 2016

 

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  • The Honorable Judge Franklin Stephenson Scholarship 2016 Recipient, Penni McConnell

    The Honorable Judge Franklin Stephenson Scholarship 2016 Recipient, Penni McConnell

    In 2016, the Young Lawyers Section of the San Joaquin County Bar Association created The Honorable Judge Franklin Stephenson Scholarship to honor the late Judge Franklin Stevenson, a longtime San Joaquin Superior Court judge and popular adjunct professor at Humphreys College Laurence Drivon School of Law. In creating this scholarship,

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  • Under Oath: Lisa Blanco Jimenez

    Under Oath: Lisa Blanco Jimenez

    "Though she be but little, she is fierce."Q. What is your idea of perfect happiness? A. She put her drink down and shook her head." I knew I should have prepared!" she laughed. "Well, I would say that 'most happy' is when it's me, [husband] Tony, and the three kids

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  • Proposition 64: What Every Lawyer Needs to Know About the Adult Use of Marijuana Act

    Proposition 64: What Every Lawyer Needs to Know About the Adult Use of Marijuana Act

    The passage of California's Proposition 64, also known as the Adult Use of Marijuana Act or "AUMA," legalizing the adult recreational use of marijuana under California law makes this state the most populous state in the nation to do so. It comes six years after California voters narrowly rejected a

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  • President-Elect’s Message

    President-Elect’s Message

    "Time is your most precious gift because you only have a set amount of it. You can make more money, but you can't make more time. When you give someone your time, you are giving them a portion of your life that you'll never get back. Your time is your

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  • Stockton’s Measure “P” Medical Marijuana Dispensaries & Cultivation Ordinance

    Stockton’s Measure “P” Medical Marijuana Dispensaries & Cultivation Ordinance

    Measure P, Stockton's newly enacted cannabis ordinance, was borne out of a privately-funded local ballot initiative supported by a signature gathering campaign which garnered the signatures of 12,000 Stocktonians open to the prospect of two additional cannabis dispensary storefronts and four legally-permitted indoor cultivation facilities in the City of Stockton.

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  • Legal Education and the Legal Profession in China: An Interview with Professor Su Xinjian

    Legal Education and the Legal Profession in China: An Interview with Professor Su Xinjian

    Su Xinjian is a professor and an associate dean at Zhejiang Gongshang University School of Law in Hangzhou, China. He began his teaching career in 2006 after earning a Ph.D. in constitutional and administrative law. In 2011 he entered the LL.M. program at the University of the Pacific McGeorge School

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  • An Interview with 2016 Law Day Award Winner John Harris

    An Interview with 2016 Law Day Award Winner John Harris

    "I told you, Hemmingway stressed simplicity." That is what John Harris, the 2016 Law Day Award recipient, explained when discussing this article. Ever so humble, he was not quite sure why people would want to hear more about him after having celebrating his Law Day Award. It was evident from

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  • California Criminal Law after the 2016 Election

    California Criminal Law after the 2016 Election

    Among other items of interest in the dramatic 2016 election, three ballot measures passed that will significantly affect the way we do business in California criminal courts. Proposition 57 made significant changes to parole eligibility and juvenile cases handled in adult court. Proposition 64 significantly changes the way marijuana is

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