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Almost three dozen participate in NOCBA's most recent Zoomcast.

Almost three dozen members of North Orange County’s legal community, including court officers, attorneys and support personal, participated in this past Wednesdays NOCBA Zoomcast, featuring Cannabis Advocate, Christopher Glew,  Esq.

Attorney Glew discussed “The Legal Weed Biz: From Farmer to Consumer, though his presentation was heavily weighted toward growth, cultivation and wholesale/retail distribution

The evenings Master of Ceremonies, NOCBA President Jeff Kent, kept the Zoomcast moving along smoothly while juggling his duties’ as host, chief information officer and NOCBA’s cheerleader- in- chief.  

If for whatever reason you could not attend the Zoomcast, Attorney Glew’s presentation is available for replay here.


Two steps forward, and three steps backward. It looks like we are having some difficulties taming this COVID beast, but I am confident we will get this under control.
In the meantime, we unfortunately have to cancel our Summer Soiree this year! I will miss seeing you all, and we will be back bigger and better with the Holiday Party!
NOCBA’s board of directors, and officers are still meeting by zoom, and trying to come up with great webinars to bring to you since the live meetings are still on hold.
We have had two great meetings so far; one with the help of our wonderful OC Court staff about Technology in the Courtroom, and a second one by attorney Meldie Moore on

SOiree BItes THe DUst


With the resurgence of Covid 19, and the greater restrictions being suggested to insure the public’s health, we are saddened to announce that we must cancel this years Summer Soiree,

For a time, when Covid infections seemed to be decreasing, we had hoped to be able to go forward with our annual tradition, albeit in a possible different format.  But now this will not be happening.

Over the past few years, the Soiree has become the go-to for NOCBA’s overworked legal community to “break up the stress and monotony of summer and let their hair down.”

I guess we’ll all have to find another way this summer.

But until we see you all again,  stay safe and stay well


Because of Covid 19, and our necessary move to virtual meetings, we have decided to conduct the elections for the two vacant seats on NOCBA’s Board of Directors. also virtually.

Members in good standing will soon be receiving their online ballot.  Please complete and return as instructed.

To refresh our collective memory candidates include:

Olga Giller, Deputy Public Defender

Scott Henry, Attorney at Law

Lisa Leversen, Attorney at Law

Kira Ruben, Deputy Anaheim City Attorney

H. Douglas Whittemore, Attorney at Law

We apologize to the candidates and their supporters for this inconvenience.


NOCBA  resumed monthly meetings last night with a virtual program presented by Attorney Meldie Moore Esq.

Over two dozen attorneys, sponsors, judges and support personal joined via Zoom.  

 “I am so pleased that NOCBA’s 2nd Webinar was so well received,”  commented NOCBA President, Jeff Kent, “and would again thank Meldie Moore for her insights into the School Discipline System!

I expect that I will have an answer soon about the July Summer Soiree and will pass this along as soon as the decision has been made.

Hopefully we can soon begin transitioning to a mix of in-person and Zoom Cast meetings!,” Kent concluded.


Close to 40 attorneys, bench officers and tech support professionals participated last night in NOCBA’s Remote Webinar on the use of “Tech in the Courtroom.”
Leading the discussion was  OC Courts IT Solutions Architect Darren Boyle who briefed those in attendance  on the use of Microsoft Teams and WebX, the two video conferencing applications currently used by Orange County Superior Courts.
Joining Mr Boyle was  Jennifer Medina, OC Courts IT Manager of End User Support and Nora Sanchez and Blanca Escobedo  from the court’s administrative department. 



NOCBA, a California State Bar approved MCLE provider, offers members in good standing a convenient, cost-effective method of fulfilling MCLE requirements.

MCLE credits may be earned by attendance at most of NOCBA’s monthly meetings and by participation in the instructional portion of that program.


Jeff Kent
NOCBA President

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For more information re the benefits of sponsorship, contact NOCBA President Jeff Kent here.

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