The Santa Monica Bar Association is pleased to announce the 2016 Installation Dinner to be held on October 20, 2016, at the Jonathan Club's Beach Club, located at 850 Palisades Beach Club Road on PCH in Santa Monica, California.
This year we are excited to announce that our featured speaker will be Santa Monica City Attorney Marsha Moutrie. Raised in Northern California and a graduate of UCLA Law School, where she was on the Law Review, Ms. Moutrie was first appointed to serve as City attorney in 1993. She will discuss her experiences in representing the City.
Schedule Of Events:
6pm – Appetizers, Drinks & Networking
7pm – Dinner & Speaker
8pm – Dessert, Coffee & Installation
9pm – Networking
We anticipate over 150 lawyers, judges, law students, and non-attorney affiliates in attendance.
Members $125; Non-Members $150; Judges $75
Thanks to our Sponsors:
Established in 1894 as a political group Jonathan Club segued into a purely social club shortly after. The Club originally afforded an outlet through which members hosted political candidates, participated in political rallies and gathered for social activities. In 1895, Jonathan Club members determined that the social bond, and not the political one, was what interconnected its members. Jonathan Club was chartered as a “purely social club” by the State of California on September 23, 1895.
Many notable Club members (also known as Jonathans) have shaped the destiny of Southern California. Their leadership and innovations reverberate to today. Henry Edward Huntington, a notable Jonathan whose imprint on commutes and socio-economic plans dating back to the early 1900s continues to influence all of us to this day. Jonathans Edward Dickson and Ernest Moore conceived the idea of UCLA (University of California, Los Angeles) over lunch in the fall of 1917. Never underestimate the power of lunch at the Club!
As Jonathan Club has evolved the defining values, standards of excellence and spirit of camaraderie that originally distinguished the Club have withstood the test of time.
“In matters of style, swim with the current; in matters of principle, stand like a rock.”
– Thomas Jefferson