Learn about the Orange County Bar Association’s Family Law Committee
For the last four years I have had the privilege of working with the Orange County Bar Association as the Chairman of their Family Law Committee. I wanted to take some time to introduce the Committee to our friends, family and clients of The Marks Law Firm, P.A. The Family Law Committee has become one of the largest and most active Committees of the Orange County Bar Association. I am proud to lead, along with the Executive Committee, such an esteemed group of Attorneys.
Over the past several years, the Executive Committee and I have met on a monthly basis to plan different events that will enhance the knowledge and experience of our local Family Law Attorneys. On the 3rd Friday of each month we invite all Family Law Attorneys to attend our Lunch & Learns, which highlight different topics and speakers related to Family Law. Most recently we developed a series called “Get to Know Your Judges” in which we featured a different Family Law Judge each month and asked them to share their Courtroom style and Judicial insights with our Attorneys. We also host a day-long Major Seminar once a year to provide even more in-depth legal training for Family Law Attorneys. Every Fall we organize a Judicial Assistant/Magistrate Assistant luncheon which is designed to thank the wonderful Court personnel that work behind the scenes to support our Judges and Magistrates.
As acting Chair of the Family Law Committee I have had the opportunity to work with some remarkable Attorneys. I was honored last month to receive the Outstanding Committee Chair Award from the Orange County Bar Association at their Annual Awards Dinner. I would like to take a moment to thank all my Executive Committee members for helping make the Family Law Executive Committee of the OCBA an exceptional place to serve and something to be proud of.
To learn more about the Orange County Bar Association, please visit their website at www.orangecountybar.org or contact our office at 407-872-3161.
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