General Law

How Lawyers Can Save Time, Aggravation and Their Clients’ Money

And Help the Courts Run Effectively in the Process

Hon. M. Lynn Duryee (Ret.)
JAMS

The Honorable M. Lynn Duryee served as a superior court judge for 21 years in Marin County, having served in every assignment, including criminal, civil, family, and juvenile. She served as Supervising Civil Judge of the Marin County Superior Court for 11 years between 1999-2013, Supervising Family Law Judge from 2005 to 2006, and Supervising Criminal Judge from 2007 to 2008. She served as Presiding Judge of the Marin County Superior Court from 2006 to 2007. Judge Duryee served as Dean of the California Judicial College, as well as teaching “trials” at the College. She was the recipient of California Judges Association Bernard Jefferson Award for Distinguished Service in Judicial Education in 2002 and the Marin County Women Lawyers Award for Outstanding Leadership and Dedication in 2008. She taught Evidence for 10 years at Hastings and has taught hundreds of courses to judges, lawyers and law students in California and nationally. She is the author of books “Hooked On Drug Court” (CreateSpace) and “Mastering Mediation: 50 Essential Tools for the Advanced Practitioner” (Aspatore Books) and has been a regular columnist for judges in “The Bench,” the magazine of the California Judges Association.

Date: Date: Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Time: Time: Check-In: 11:45 am; Presentation: 12:00 – 1:00 pm

Presenter(s): Hon. M. Lynn Duryee (Ret.), JAMS

Place: SCBA, 37 Old Courthouse Sq., Ste. 100, Santa Rosa, CA 95404

Cost: $50–SCBA Members; $60–Public

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