2022 Distinguished Lawyer Memorial
The 2022 Distinguished Lawyer Memorial Reception will honor the 2022 honorees who have demonstrated superior legal skills, high ethical standards and service to their community.
There are two (2) ways to attend this great event (1) virtually or (2) in-person at the University Club Atop Symphony Towers in San Diego.
Wednesday, May 18, 2022
5:30pm – 7:30pm
University Club Atop Symphony Towers
750 B Street, 34th Floor
San Diego, CA 92101
There is no cost to attend this worthwhile event.
*Seating is limited for the in-person option in order to provide a safe environment for those in attendance.
**Family members and colleagues of those Honored will have priority registration for the in-person ceremony. Due to the limited space, coupled with the Covid safeguards, we cannot guarantee spots for the in-person ceremony. If you selected to attend the ceremony in-person, SDCBF will reach out to you prior to ceremony to confirm whether seating remains open and available.
While there is no cost to attend the DLM Ceremony, donations of $75 are strongly encouraged.
To make a donation on behalf of a 2022 DLM Honoree
click on their name below:
To make a contribution on behalf of a past inductee
or to make a general donation to the Foundation
To register, select a reception below:
ABOUT THE DISTINGUISHED LAWYER MEMORIAL CEREMONY
The Distinguished Lawyer Memorial (DLM) gives special and permanent recognition to deceased lawyers and judges of the San Diego County Bar who demonstrated superior legal skills and high ethical standards. Throughout careers of significant length, our recipients have also demonstrated a long track record of community and charitable work. A list of those in the past may be viewed at www.sdcbf.org/honorees/
Recognition in the Distinguished Lawyer Memorial induction is permanent, and plaques honoring each inductee are located in the Hall of Justice.
ABOUT THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY BAR FOUNDATION
The San Diego County Bar Foundation is the charitable arm of the San Diego County legal community, and in partnership with the San Diego County Bar Association, strives to provide access to justice by investing in sustainable results and advocacy for people and communities in our region that that are impacted by poverty, abuse and discrimination. In 2021, SDCBF awarded $393,500 to 26 non-profit organizations that provide access to justice for people and communities that are most impacted by poverty, abuse and discrimination throughout San Diego County. A list of grant recipients may be viewed at www.sdcbf.org/grant-programs.