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CMCP eBulletin - July 12, 2012
CMCP's New Program Associate - Angelina Ramos
CMCP is pleased to announce our new Program Associate Angelina Ramos!

Please join us in welcoming Angelina to CMCP!
Thank You 2nd Quarter Program/Event Sponsors!
We would like to thank the following sponsors for their support in delivering great CMCP programming during the second quarter of 2012!

Follow their lead and show your commitment to diversity in the legal profession. There's still time to sponsor a CMCP event this year! Click Here for more info.

Superior Court of California
County of San Francisco

Seeking Volunteer Settlement Attorneys

Application Deadline: August 10, 2012

The San Francisco Superior Court is overhauling its mandatory settlement conference (MSC) system to allow Judges to focus on conducting trials rather than devoting limited court time to holding settlement conferences due to the budget crisis. In an effort to utilize the vast experience within the San Francisco bar, the Court is launching a widespread effort to recruit attorneys who have practiced at least 10 years to volunteer for the MSC program. The Court is seeking attorneys with substantial settlement experience. A judicial committee will review the applications in June and July selecting 80-100 volunteer attorneys for the MSC panel.

The MSC panel application can be accessed at Please forward this to as many of your fellow colleagues, members, former trainees, etc. whom fit the criteria and may be interested in this opportunity. Contact Jeniffer Alcantara with any questions.


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