News

Understanding the re-organization

What is the role of each organization in our community? In 2014, after thorough analysis, the membership and the Board of Directors of the Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association voted to support creating a second organization and increasing our political and civic voice in the San Diego community.  As a result, we now have a […]

Continue Reading
EBGBA-Logo

Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association issues statement regarding grand jury finding in death of Michael Brown

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                 Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association November 25, 2014 www.EarlBGilliamBar.orgContact: Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association  at ebgbassociation@gmail.com THE EARL B. GILLIAM BAR ASSOCIATION SENDS ITS CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILY OF MICHAEL BROWN  AND THE IN FERGUSON, MISSOURI COMMUNITY  San Diego, CA – The Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association is […]

Continue Reading

PRESS RELEASE: EBGBA calls for elevating investigation into death

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                 Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association August 27, 2014 www.EarlBGilliamBar.orgContact: Omar Passons at opassons@gmail.com, or Joy Utomi at joy.utomi@gmail.com   THE EARL B. GILLIAM BAR ASSOCIATION SENDS ITS CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILY OF MICHAEL BROWN IN FERGUSON, MISSOURI AND SUPPORTS A FULL INVESTIGATION INTO HIS DEATH SAN DIEGO, August […]

Continue Reading
Attorney Kim Carter - Thomas Jefferson School of Law ('11)

Scholarship pays it forward – Attorney Kim Carter

Each year, the Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association raises money for scholarships and other community needs.  We want to be sure our many sponsors and others in the community truly understand how deeply important these scholarships are in diversifying the legal community.  Because many students of color come from difficult financial circumstances, these scholarships often […]

Continue Reading

Zero Tolerance for Racial Profiling or Discourteous Treatment

Reporting Racial Profiling or Discourteous Treatment  (scroll to bottom for Spanish version) The following information will help members of our community know what to do if they feel they’ve been racially profiled or not treated with courtesy by the San Diego Police Department. IMMEDIATE OPTIONS Confidential Hotline – (619) 531-2672 File a Complaint – Details […]

Continue Reading
A family whose father was very good friends with Judge Gilliam is hosting San Diego's longest running Juneteenth celebration!

Juneteenth 2014 Celebration – NEW: A 2014 celebration is being held at 29th & Imperial

UPDATE (AS OF 6/18/14) San Diego’s longest running Juneteenth Celebration is being held by the Cooper Family Foundation at 29th and Imperial starting at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday.  The Unity in the Community Juneteenth has been cancelled.  Sorry for any inconvenience.  To learn more about the Cooper Family Foundation’s celebration visit the website HERE. To […]

Continue Reading

Built by Smartflex