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Central California Bankruptcy Association

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The Central California Bankruptcy Association (CCBA) is a non-profit organization established in 1987 to foster education and cooperation among bankruptcy and insolvency professionals in Central California.

Quarterly MCLE Dinner

March 22, 2018, 5:30 pm

Topic: "Me too": What professionals need to know
Presented by: Roger D. Wilson, Rains Lucia Stern St. Phalle & Silver; and
Brett Sutton, Sutton Hague Law Corporation   

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At Papi’s Mex Grill 
(in Fresno at E. Chaplain & Shepard)

  Member $30; Non-member $35; MCLE add $10.
For information, contact Janine Esquivel Oji at:

This activity is approved for one hour of Recognition and elimination of bias in the legal profession and society MCLE credit by the State Bar of California.
er in Bakersfield


Tuesday, April 10, 2018, at Noon
Topic: TBA

Presented by: TBA

U.S. Courthouse
2nd floor, Jury Conference Room
2500 Tulare Street, Fresno

Lunch is $12.00 per person. Pay at the door. In-person presentation.
Lunch by the Cherry Blossom Café; includes sandwich, green or pasta salad, beverage, and dessert.

Everyone is invited. These informal lunches are a great way to catch up with colleagues. Because these lunches are informal, MCLE credit is not offered. RSVP is not required.

For information, contact Glen Gates,

CCBA Membership


CCBA membership is open to attorneys, accountants, lenders, consultants, trustees, and others who deal with individuals and businesses in financial distress. To join, click "Member Signup" on the menu at the left of this page. The annual fee is $75. The membership year is August 1 to July 31.

Membership Renewal


To renew your membership, you may either:

1. login and renew by credit card or

2. if you have not had a change in contact information (including e-mail address), you may mail a check for $75 made payable to "CCBA" and mailed to CCBA, c/o SJCL, 901 5th Street, Clovis, CA  93612.

Annual Institute and Golf Tournament

Each September, the CCBA holds the Central California Bankruptcy Institute, a two-day conference designed for attorneys, accountants, trustees, lenders, consultants, and others who deal with individuals and businesses in financial distress. Lecturers and panelists often include nationally recognized speakers, experienced and knowledgeable local practitioners, and prominent judges. CCBA holds its annual golf tournament the day before the Institute.