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Care About Court Funding? State Controller Chiang Speaks on Budget Impact

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November 13, 2012
Unmasking Diversity Summit and MBC Awards Reception

CALIFORNIAMINORITYCOUNSELPROGRAM
presents
Do You Care
About

Court Funding?
State Controller John Chiang
speaks about the impact on
Court Funding in the wake of
California's State Budget Crisis.

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2012
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Allen Matkins
515 South Figueroa Street
9th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90071
Cost
CMCP Members: Free
Non-Members: $25.00
Free Parking After 5pm in Allen Matkins Building Garage
Fremont Ave. between 5th & 6th Streets

Program Starts 6:00 pm
Followed by Networking Reception

Hosted & Sponsored by

 
465 CALIFORNIA STREET, SUITE 635
SAN FRANCISCO, CA | p: 415-782-8990 |

www.CMCP.ORG

It's time for the annual Minority Bar Coalition Unity Awards!

Come network with your fellow minority attorneys and law students from over 25 Bay Area minority organizations, as together we celebrate those of our colleagues who have best shown a dedication to working in a unified manner to advance the cause of diversity in the legal profession.

CMCP is pleased to announce our 2012 Unity Award honoree:
Deborah Broyles of Reed Smith



Please join us in celebrating with Deborah and the many other deserving honorees.
Why Deborah Broyles is being honored

This year's Unity Awards Reception is FREE to all, and will be held on:
Tuesday, November 13
5:30-7:00 PM
Graciously hosted at the:
Bar Association of San Francisco
301 Battery Street
San Francisco, CA 94111

2012 Unity Awards Reception Sponsors:
Alameda Contra Costa Trial Lawyers Association, Asian American Bar Association of the Greater Bay Area; Asian American Prosecutors Association; Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Silicon Valley; The Bar Association of San Francisco; Bay Area Lawyers for Individual Freedom; Black Women Lawyers of Northern California; California Minority Counsel Program; Charles Houston Bar Association; East Bay La Raza Lawyers Association; Filipino Bar Association of Northern California; Iranian American Bar Association; Korean American Bar Association of Northern California; San Francisco La Raza Lawyers Association, Santa Clara Black Lawyers Association; South Asian Bar Association of Northern California; Vietnamese American Bar Association of Northern California; and Women Lawyers of Alameda County.


Thank You MintzLevin

Copyright 2012 California Minority Counsel Program

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