Klein & Wilson strongly believes in giving back to the legal community. Consequently, its attorneys are committed to promoting the profession and people's access to justice.
Both Mr. Wilson and Mr. Klein served on the Board of Directors of the Orange County Trial Lawyers Association ("OCTLA") for several years. OCTLA is the most prominent plaintiffs' bar in the county. OCTLA's mission is to protect the rights of people who have been harmed by others and protect everyone's right to a jury trial. Mr. Klein also served for 6 years on the board of the Association of Business Trial Lawyers, which is the leading bar group representing business interests.
Both Mr. Klein and Mr. Wilson chaired the Business Litigation Section of the Orange County Bar Association ("OCBA"), the largest section of the OCBA with over 800 members. This section educates business trial lawyers on key topics relevant to their practice. Mike LeBoff is the Secretary/Treasurer of this section and will be its Chair in 2019. Mike previously served as chair of the OCBA's Banking and Lending Section.
Both Mr. Klein and Mr. Wilson are members of the Orange County Bar Foundation Society of Fellows which raises funds to keep at-risk youth out of jail and in school, through education, counseling, and mentoring.
Mr. Klein is the Chair-Elect of the Solo and Small Firm Section of the OCBA and will be its Chair in 2018. This section educates attorneys on how to operate small law practices.
Mr. Wilson has been on the Board of Directors of Loyola Law School since 2016. He was appointed a Special Deputy Prosecutor of the California State Bar in 2016 and prosecutes State Bar Complaints when the Bar has a conflict of interest.
Mr. LeBoff is the Co-Chair of the Commercial and Business Litigation Committee, which is the largest committee in the American Bar Association's Section of Litigation.
Robert Estrin is on the Board of Directors of the Orange County Jewish Federation & Family Services. This organization provides social services to thousands of elderly and needy in the Orange County community. Mr. Estrin has also served as the membership chair of the Orange County Intellectual Property Association.