Tribute to Champions of Justice Dinner - Civil Justice Program at Loyola Law School
The Civil Justice Program
Loyola Law School Los Angeles
Friday, September 29, 2006
In honor of the contributions of
Bruce A. Broillet - Greene Broillet & Wheeler, LLP
Bruce Broillet is a named partner in the firm Greene Broillet & Wheeler, LLP. His stellar achievements include representing the County of Los Angeles in its $3.3 billion recovery against Big Tobacco. Mr. Broillet has been listed repeatedly as one of the 100 Most Influential Attorneys in California by the Los Angeles Daily Journal. He served as President of both the Consumer Attorneys of California and the Consumer Attorney Association of Los Angeles. Elected to the American Board of Trial Advocates, Mr. Broillet holds the rank of Advocate, and has served on ABOTA’s National Board of Directors. Mr. Broillet is also a Founding Member of the Trial Lawyers for Public Justice.
Edith Matthai - Robie & Matthai, A Professional Corporation
Edith Matthai is a founding partner of Robie & Matthai. Her practice centers on professional malpractice defense, insurance related litigation and business litigation. In 2004 and 2005, Ms. Matthai was named by the Daily Journal and Recorder as one of the top 100 most influential attorneys in California. Ms. Matthai is the co-author of Matthew Bender’s 3 volume Practice Guide on California Pretrial Civil Procedure and the matching Guide to California Civil Discovery. Since 1993, Ms. Matthai has served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Association of Southern California Defense Counsel. She served as President during 2001 and is the 2006 Vice President of the California Defense Counsel.
Beverly Hills Hotel–Beverly Hills
Reception 6:30 pm
Dinner 7:30 pm
Black Tie Optional
For more information please contact Jennifer Klein @ 213-736-1071 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Civil Justice Program at Loyola Law School Los Angeles is made possible by the support of the Consumers Attorneys Public Education Fund, a program of the Consumers Attorneys Association of Los Angeles; the Association of Southern California Defense Counsel; the American Board of Trial Advocates; Daniels Fine Israel & Shonbuch, LLP; the Southern California chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates; and a generous anonymous donor. Funds raised will support the Civil Justice Program at Loyola Law School . Contributions are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
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