Wednesday, May 12, 2021

An Evening with the Honorable Martin J. Jenkins, California’s Newest Supreme Court Justice

Please Join ABTL — Statewide

to Meet California’s Newest Supreme Court Justice, Martin J. Jenkins

Justice Martin J. Jenkins was confirmed as an Associate Justice of the California Supreme Court on November 10, 2020 following his appointment by Governor Gavin Newsom. Previously, he served as Senior Judicial Appointments Advisor to Governor Newsom. Preceding his work for Governor Newsom, he served as an Associate Justice of the California Court of Appeal. Justice Jenkins’ judicial experience includes service as a federal district judge for the Northern District of California; he was appointed by President William Clinton in May 1997 and confirmed by the United States Senate in November 1997. Earlier, he served as a trial judge on the Oakland Municipal and Alameda County Superior Courts.

Interviewed by

Hon. Kevin C. Brazile (Los Angeles Superior Court)

 

Pre-Registration is Required: REGISTER HERE

Registration will close one (1) hour before the program

Wednesday, May 12, 2021

  • 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Online

  • Complimentary Program to ABTL Members and Judiciary

The event is complimentary to ABTL 2021 members (of any of the five ABTL Chapter) and sitting judiciary. (Non-members or those who have not yet renewed -- now is your chance to join for 2021 so you may enjoy our members-only webinars in-person events throughout the year!)

1 Hour MCLE Credit

1 Hour MCLE Credit The ABTL certifies that this activity conforms to the standards of approved education activities prescribed by the rules and regulations of the State Bar of California governing minimum continuing legal education. Note that credit is now reported directly to the State Bar and only those meeting the following criteria will be awarded credit: 1) Pre-register and provide their bar #. 2) Participate for the full hour. 3) Log in with a computer not a phone (Mobile log-ins cannot be tracked by Zoom and therefore do not meet the State Bar of California's requirements for 'participatory' credit).