November 22, 2016
The Community College League of California (CCLC) selected Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo (AALRR) partner Todd Goluba to film a video for its Leadership Development Knowledge Center. Goluba’s 82-minute presentation, “Introduction to the Brown Act 2016,” can be found on the Community College League’s website, and on YouTube, The Brown Act is California’s open meetings law for local legislative bodies. Goluba’s video will be used to train new community college trustees.
“Atkinson, Andelson represents many community college districts,” Goluba said. “My video presentation is intended to help their leaders and staff, as well as anyone involved in governmental meetings, to understand and comply with the Brown Act.”
Goluba is the chair of AALRR’s Northern California Education Law Practice Group. He represents school and community college districts as general counsel and chief labor negotiator. California Lawyer magazine honored him with a 2012 CLAY (California Lawyer Attorneys of the Year) Award for his extraordinary achievement in education law.
About Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo
With over 35 years of unwavering commitment to client service, AALRR is one of California’s leading law firms. Our diverse team brings a seasoned perspective to California’s complex legal landscape for public and private entities, with particular strength in the areas of education, labor and employment, construction, complex litigation, corporate, taxation, and white collar law. Our public sector clients include more than 400 K-12 school districts, community college districts and universities, as well as cities, counties and special districts. We also represent diverse business entities, from small, family-run businesses to publicly traded corporations. At 160 lawyers and growing, AALRR has eight offices in Cerritos, Fresno, Irvine, Pasadena, Pleasanton, Riverside, Sacramento and San Diego to serve our clients throughout California. For more information about AALRR, visit our website at http://www.aalrr.com and sign up for our blogs, http://www.aalrreducationlaw.com, www.aalrremploymentlaw.com, and http://www.aalrrlaborrelationslaw.com.
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