Dear Beloved Members,

Happy Friday to everyone!  I know that many of you are very concerned about the Coronavirus pandemic that has taken hold of the country and worldwide.  As you may know, the pandemic has hit close to home and has affected our legal community.  Many of the law firms are encouraging their staff to work from home and some are even shutting down their office buildings to prevent outsiders from coming into the building.  Out of an abundance of caution and concern for all of our beloved members and their families, SFLPA is suspending all of our events effective immediately.  This includes but is not limited to our Election Night on Mar. 18th, our Crab Feed on March 22nd, and our Brown Bag on March 24th.  Please rest assured that we will be rescheduling these events at a later time when it is safe to do so.  Those that have already registered and paid for the Crab Feed and Election Night events will be refunded as soon as possible.  

Please be advised that all the current board members will remain in place until such time new leadership is elected.  Rest assured that we will re-schedule our Election Night as soon as it is safe to do so and when people are more comfortable to be out and about again.  Thank you so much for patience and cooperation as we ride out this pandemic storm together.    

Please remember to remain calm, wash your hands as often as possible, and stay home if you do not feel well.  TOGETHER we will overcome this crisis!  Take good care, everyone, and have a wonderful Easter/Spring break with your family and friends.  

Best Regards,

May Sene
SFLPA President (2019-2020)

Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Election Meeting

Event postponed.  Date TBA.

Meet the Candidates

Tuesday, April 7 and 21, 2020


12:30 – 1:30 p.m.

How to Avoid Becoming the Antisocial During the Time of “Social Distancing”

Presented by:

  • Brook Braunschweig, Director of Business Development
  • Mike Tisa, Director of Litigation Technology

This Webinar will explain how to use the different features of Zoom, currently being used for connecting with clients, mediations and even virtual happy hours. Zoom has become widely popular during this time of staying safe, and will probably continue to be beneficial in our everyday lives. This presentation will help improve your Zoom knowledge and lingo so that you can be ready to help others and know exactly what to do the next time you are invited to that Virtual Happy Hour!

A link to log into the meeting will be sent prior to the webinar.

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Tuesday, April 14, 2020


12:30 – 1:30 p.m.

Remote Deposition Bootcamp:
Tips for Conducting A Successful Remote Deposition

Presented by: Geoff Cohen, Director of Business Development at U.S. Legal Support

A link to log into the meeting will be sent prior to the webinar.

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