Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association

Endorsements: Elected Officials

Monica Montgomery for the City of San Diego Fourth Council District

“The Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association is proud to endorse the candidacy of Monica Montgomery for the City of San Diego Fourth Council District seat. In line with the tradition of our organization, Monica has been an advocate for African-American communities, working to provide a more fair system and better services to those in need. As a native of San Diego, Monica has first-hand knowledge of the needs of the community and will provide a strong voice on the city council for the residents of district four and the entire city. We look forward to her leadership at city hall.”

Please visit Ms. Montgomery’s campaign site to learn more.

Endorsement Policy

Are you interested in receiving an endorsement from the Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association for an elected office? The Earl B Gilliam Bar Association (“EBGBA”) will examine the qualifications and temperament of candidates for an “Elected Official” position, who seek EBGBA’s endorsement. The Association encourages qualified African and non-African American candidates to seek elected office. Endorsed candidates should reflect the diversity of the State of California, support the interests and goals of EBGBA, and demonstrate an ability to contribute to the San Diego legal community.

 

Please click here to download a copy of our endorsement policy for elected officials, which outlines the application process in more detail. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Association at ebgbassociation@gmail.com.

 

Endorsements: Legislation

Senate Bill 1421

 

 

EBGBA has endorsed Senate Bill 1421 which will relax the current laws on the confidentiality of police officer records. In this regard, the bill will allow the release of sustained findings of police misconduct.

To review our endorsement letter, please see click here

 

 

Endorsements: Board of Directors

Endorsement Policy

Are you interested in receiving an endorsement from the Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association for a Board of Directors position? The Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association proudly encourages qualified African, African American, and non-African American, candidates who reflect the diversity of the State of California, support the interests and goals of EBGBA, and demonstrate an ability to contribute to the San Diego legal community, to seek the Board’s endorsement!

Please click here to download a copy of our endorsement policy for Board of Director elections, which outlines the application process in more detail. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Association at ebgbassociation@gmail.com.