Todd G. Friedland Sworn in as the 2016 Orange County Bar Association President

January 22nd, 2016
By: Jonathanshin


Todd G. Friedland was sworn in last night at the Irvine Marriott, as the 2016 Orange County Bar Association (OCBA) President. As a result of his Presidency and accomplishments, Todd was also featured on the January 2016 issue of Orange County Lawyer magazine. The feature highlights Todd’s upcoming role as President of the OCBA.

On the President’s Page, Todd shares his goals and visions, which include being an inclusive and diverse bar, fostering civility and ethics, mentoring junior attorneys and law students, developing new volunteers and leaders, and contributing back to the community.

Read more of Todd Friedland’s presidential message on the Orange County Lawyer.

“I have witnessed the power of the OCBA and what it can do for our community . . . . In 2016, I expect we will build on our past achievements and look for ways to better our profession and the Orange County community as a whole.” – Todd G. Friedland.


Todd gets sworn in by Hon. Charles Margines

In addition, Richard W. Millar, Jr. received OCBA’s 2015 Franklin G. West Award.  The Franklin G. West Award is the OCBA’s highest honor, presented to outstanding attorneys and judges whose lifetime achievements have advanced justice and the law. Stephens Friedland would like to congratulate Richard W. Millar, Jr. for his dedication, leadership, and sacrifice.


Attorney Richard W. Millar, Jr. receives the Franklin G. West Award

The Stephens Friedland team would also like to thank Ashleigh Aitkens for a job well done in 2015 as the former OCBA President. We would also like to congratulate all of the new OCBA officers and directors and OCBA Charitable Fund Directors.






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One response to “Todd G. Friedland Sworn in as the 2016 Orange County Bar Association President”

  1. Terry Allen says:

    CONGRATULATIONS, Todd. You deserve the honor. You and John continue to make positive waves in Orange County. Best of luck with the OC Bar. Terry

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