Los Angeles Lady Lawyers
First Annual Basketball Tourney
Sunday, March 11, 2007 ~ 10am - 2pm ~ UCLA
LA Tourney Info
LA Lady Lawyers News
Thank you to all the Lady Lawyers who participated in the First Annual LA Lady Lawyers Tournament (as a player or volunteer!) Your enthusiasm made the day so much fun, and I hope the aching muscles, bruises, and split chins are healing nicely. Thanks to the UCLA Women's Law Union for their support, and congrats to Team Five for going undefeated on the day (good luck trying to defend your title next year -- we'll all be gunning for you!) Congratulations are also in order for Denica Anderson, Melissa Banda, and Casandra Furey for winning the LA Sparks autographed jerseys! Check out a fun recap on the LA Sparks webpage and view photos here.
Over forty-five local lady lawyers and law students participated, hailing
We are looking for athletic female lawyers from Los Angeles area law firms, law schools, and other law-related careers to play in the First Annual "Get in the Game" Lady Lawyers Basketball Tournament on Sunday, March 11th at UCLA's SAC Gym from 10am-2pm.
All abilities are welcome -- our goal is just to get us Lady Lawyers and our friends out on the court to have a good time. The cost is $15 for current law students and $25 for lawyers/ladies with jobs, and law firms are also invited to sponsor teams.
Answers to a Few Frequently Asked Questions
I love this idea, but I can't play that Sunday. Can I still be involved? Absolutely. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the mailing list.
How do I register?
Click on the registration link to the left.
What times will the games be?
Registration will begin at 10am with the first game tipping off at 10:15am. Games are tentatively scheduled to run until 2pm.
Where is UCLA's SAC Gym?
How much will the tourney cost?
The cost for the tournament is $15 for current law students and $25 for lawyers and friends. Firms can also sponsor teams (email us for more info).
I haven't played in years / I haven't played ever. What will the level of competition be like?
ALL levels of experience are welcome. We will work to create balanced teams. There's no better way to learn than to just get in the game!
We don't have enough players for a team at our firm.
We have an entire team of ladies just from our firm/our law school… can we play together?
We're really excited about this idea. Are you looking for law firms/organizations to sponsor the tournament? Definitely. Email email@example.com for more information.