Alameda County
Bar Association

ACBA Members in the News 6.28.22 
ACBA Member Spotlight

ACBA Members in the News

ACBA members in the news: Members featured in the ACBA e-Newsletter featuring ACBA Leadership Firm Wendel Rosen, members Givelle Lamano, Judge Trina Thompson, Brian Ripley, and ACBA Board Members Brenda Aguilar-Guerrero, and Yen Chau

Fennemore Craig is merging with ACBA Leadership Firm Wendel Rosen effective July 1st to create a 250-attorney firm with 14 offices. Wendel Rosen adds about 56 lawyers to Fennemore’s roster of nearly 200 lawyers. Read more

ACBA member Givelle Lamano, Lamano Law, was quoted in two articles: 12 Things You Can Do When You’re Having Trouble Focusing on Work and 15 Tools to Take Your Social Media Game to the Next Level

ACBA member Judge Trina L. Thompson of the Superior Court of Alameda County was confirmed to the United States District Court for the Northern District of California. Read more

ACBA member Brian Ripley, Law Office of Brian A. Ripley, was as Oakland’s best attorney by Oakland Magazine for the 6th consecutive year. Read more

ACBA Board Member Brenda Aguilar-Guerrero has accepted a new job as a partner at Burke, Williams & Sorensen, LLP. Congratulations!

ACBA Board Member Yen Chau has accepted a job as Chief Legal Officer for Mygrant Glass Company, Inc.. Congratulations! 

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