Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association

Endorsements: Board of Directors

It is with distinct pleasure that the EBGBA announces its endorsement of EBGBA member Yahairah Aristy’s candidacy for Lawyers Club Board of Directors. Her sustained actions over many years clearly demonstrate a commitment to the profession, EBGBA and, most importantly, communities of color.

Moreover, Ms. Aristy’s professional reputation is stellar and her colleagues hold her in high regard. Ms. Aristy served as co-chair for the Lawyers Club’s Law Student Outreach Committee; represented the Club on the Ethnic, Relations & Diversity Committee of the San Diego County Bar Association; and is an active member on both the Diverse Women’s Committee and Women’s Advocacy committee. As a board member, she hopes to continue promoting and sustaining a membership that embraces diversity, and to strengthen the Lawyers Club’s legislative voice. 

For these reasons, EBGBA encourages our members, who are also Lawyers Club members, to cast their ballot in favor of Yahairah Aristy. 

Please click here for more information about Ms. Aristy’s candidacy.

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.

 

Endorsements: Elected Officials

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.