President's Column, Summer 2016
"I think I'll take a trip to California,
"Vacation Blues" T-Bone Walker
Bar Foundations in Action
Beverly Hills Bar Association Foundation:
Rule of Law Writing Competition
Award recipients Ricardo Lopez (Honorable Mention for “Terminally Ill Minors”); Laura Alexander (Grand Prize for “Rule of Law and The Media”); & Jena MacCabe (Honorable Mention for “Can You Hear Me Now”); with Beverly Hills Bar Foundation Board Member Ken Petrulis
In its 7th year, the “Rule of Law Competition of the Beverly Hills Bar Foundation awarded the winners above at the BHBA 62nd Annual Supreme Court Luncheon, which honored the seven chief justices of the California Supreme Court. The prize-winning entries cover a diverse range of topics and remind us to constantly examine our laws and those who enforce them.
The Complete Guide to Bar Foundations
A free member benefit to all NCBF members, the guide contains sound advice and information along with sample policies that you can adapt to fit your foundation's needs.
Recent Listserve Q&A
My bar foundation is considering adding a category to our Fellows Program which would ask Fellows who are paid-up to continue to give on an annual bases to help sustain our grants program. Has anyone added this level or have an annual giving component that is not capped?
NCBF Members Only resources feature surveys covering a range of topics, ncluding the national impact bar foundation funding has on legal services and the administration of justice, and executive compensation.
Registration for 2016 Annual Meeting in San Francisco is open!
Join us as we continue to offer great programming and opportunities for information-sharing with colleagues from around the country.
Military Spouse JD Network Foundation Wins 2016 NCBF/LexisNexis Partnerships for Success Award
This award honors bar foundation initiatives that make a significant impact in their community on issues for which lawyers are uniquely positioned to lead. An underlying goal of this foundation initiative is to establish new partnership opportunities, or leverage existing ones, through the meaningful involvement and support from an affiliated bar association and other allied members of the legal community.
Launched in December of 2013, Justice for Military Families is the first national program that connects military families, regardless of financial need, with opportunities for pro bono legal assistance. JMF works in partnership with the nationally-recognized organization Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS), which refers eligible families to JMF.
The JMF program will be recognized at the joint Annual Meeting Luncheon of the National Conference of Bar Presidents, National Association of Bar Executives, and National Conference of Bar Foundations in San Francisco in August. It will also be featured in a presentation displaying its impact, on Saturday, August 6th, during the NCBF members meeting.
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