Jennifer Keller elected to Chancery Club of Los Angeles

July 20, 2015  |   Uncategorized   |     |   Comments Off on Jennifer Keller elected to Chancery Club of Los Angeles

Jennifer Keller has been elected to the Chancery Club of Los Angeles.

Founded in 1925, the Chancery Club’s elected membership is composed of distinguished lawyers who are also active in professional, civic, and philanthropic organizations. Inspired in part by the example of the English Inns of court, the Chancery Club members have held positions of honor and responsibility in important legal, judicial, academic, governmental, and civic organizations. For example, many members have served on the Board of Governors of The State Bar of California and on the Board of Trustees of the Los Angeles County Bar Association. Although judges are not eligible for election to membership, many Chancery Club members have been appointed to the federal and state benches and thereafter can continue their membership.

 

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