Managing Partner Adam Carlson, Esq. of Casper, Meadows, Schwartz & Cook in Walnut Creek, California belongs to the Earl Warren Inn of Court, the Alameda County chapter of the American Inns of Court. He has served on the Earl Warren Inn of Court for six years, currently holding a spot on the board as a Mentoring Co-Chair.
Recently, the Earl Warren Inn of Court had an exciting opportunity to be recognized for an award at the United States Supreme Court in Washington, DC. Attorney Carlson and another member were in attendance at the Celebration of Excellence dinner, acting on behalf of the Inn of Court group. On October 26th, 2019, the Earl Warren Inn of Court was awarded for a continuing legal education (CLE) presentation they put together about trial objections.
Each year, Inns of Court help local attorneys achieve their CLE requirements. To make their continuing legal education more entertaining and engaging, groups meet several times a year to create presentations about important legal cornerstones and topics related to their CLE program.
A special invitation-only dinner is hosted annually at the United States Supreme Court, where Inns of Court and individual members are honored for outstanding presentations, essays, legal contributions, and so forth. This year, the trial objection presentation prepared by the platinum-level Earl Warren Inn of Court was awarded during the ceremony.
This award marks a monumental achievement for Attorney Carlson and all the other members of the Earl Warren Inn of Court. From all of us at Casper, Meadows, Schwartz & Cook, we wish to congratulate Adam and his group!
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