WCBA Calendar of Events

- The Bankruptcy Law Section will meet at noon, Thursday, Jan. 22, at 200 N. Main, Lower Level.

- The Immigration Law Section will meet at noon, Monday, Jan. 26, at 200 N. Main, Lower Level, with Section Co-Chairs Brad Thomson and Heather Garvock. Speaker: Anya Abramzon of Jewish Family Services will discuss "JFS Services/Initiatives in Washtenaw County."

- The Public Service Committee will hold a meeting noon to 1 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 27, in the WCBA Office, Suite 1111,1st Floor of the County Courthouse, 101 E. Huron, Ann Arbor. Everyone is welcome. Participants may bring their own lunch.

- The ADR Section will meet 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 4, in Room A, Washtenaw County Service Center Campus, off Hogback Rd., hosted by Section Chairs Joseph Basta and Cynthia Evans. Speaker Angie Martell will discuss "Gay/Lesbian/Transgender Issues in Mediation." RSVP to Sally Brush at brushs@ewashtenaw.org or call 734-794-2125.

- The LGBTQ Rights Section will meet noon, Thursday, Feb. 5, at 200 N. Main, Lower Level, with Section Co-Chairs Angie Martell and Kerene Moore.

- The Family Law Section will meet noon, Friday, Feb. 6, at 200 N. Main, Lower Level with Co-Chairs Shalini Nangia and Stephanie Benedict. Speaker Judah Garber and FOC Chairs will discuss "How To Keep Up With Changing Procedures and Personnel at the FOC."

- The Estate Planning, Probate & Trust Law Section will meet at noon, Tuesday, Feb. 10. Section chairs are Noah Harden 662-0222 and Jeffery Hall 260-2003.

- The Solo & Small Firm Section will meet at noon, Friday, Feb. 13, at 200 N. Main, Lower Level, under Section Co-Chairs Liz Graziano and Kym London. The topic will be "Practice Management Software."

- All courts will be closed on President's Day, Monday, Feb. 16.

- The Real Estate Law Section will meet at noon, Tuesday, Feb. 17, at 200 N. Main, Lower Level. Section Co-Chairs are Brook McCray Smith 994-1337 and

Patrick McVeigh 665-6103.

Published: Mon, Jan 19, 2015

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