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San Fernando Valley Professional Development Group

January 17 @ 6:15 pm - 8:00 pm

The SFV PDG resumes its monthly get-togethers on the third Wednesday, as in January 17, 6:15 p.m. start time, Jim Cameron’s place in Encino.

17605 Tarzana Street, Encino, very close to the 101, and just a block off of the Ventura Blvd./White Oak Ave. intersection.

Important planning meeting for the year, plus critical updates on mediation certification, the LA Superior Court “project”, er-hem, the Public and Attorney Outreach committees’ works, and lots of other hot topics.  And, for future planning, at our next meeting on February 21, Mark Lemke will reprise his stellar presentation on how best to exploit LinkedIn to market your practice.  Don’t want to miss that one!

So please put both dates on your calendar.  Per usual practice, I always appreciate RSVPs — — well in advance so that I can plan seating and hospitality accordingly.

I hope to welcome some new folks as well as welcome back many old friends.

James K. Cameron, Esq.

James K. Cameron & Associates, a PC

17605 Tarzana Street

Encino, CA  91316-3743

(818) 406-3405 (office/cell)

(818) 817-2390 (fax)


January 17
6:15 pm - 8:00 pm
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James Cameron
(818) 406-3405

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