What is the La Jolla Bar Association?
The La Jolla Bar Association is a social group comprised of lawyers and legal professionals interested in networking and expanding individual legal knowledge across all areas of practice. Tell me more…
Who can join the La Jolla Bar Association?
Any lawyer or legal professional who resides or works in the La Jolla or Golden Triangle area. Tell me more…
How can I become a member?
How much are dues?
Annual dues are $75.
Where does the association meet?
We meet at Hennessey’s Tavern Dining Room, 7811 Herschel Avenue, in La Jolla.
When does the La Jolla Bar Association meet?
We meet on the second Thursday of every month except August and December.
Do I get MCLE credit for attending a meeting?
Yes. The La Jolla Bar Association is an approved MCLE provider. A different speaker is scheduled for each monthly meeting on a current legal subject and all attendees receive one hour of MCLE credit for each MCLE presentation. Members can satisfy State Bar MCLE requirements, including the State Bar mandated ethics, bias and substance abuse subjects, by attending La Jolla Bar Association meetings.
Many of our members help meet their MCLE requirements in this way, while also benefitting from professional and collegial relationships that occur before, during and after these meetings.
Are there any other social events hosted by the La Jolla Bar Association?
Yes. Each year we host a summer beach party in August and a holiday party in December. At the annual holiday party, the members have traditionally been asked to bring an unwrapped toy for the Toys for Tots program.
How many members are there in the La Jolla Bar Association?
Currently we have approximately 100 members.