Welcome to our website and thank you for your interest in Orange County Legal Secretaries Association, Inc. (OCLSA). OCLSA is a non-profit organization made up of legal secretaries, paralegals, attorneys, law students, and other legal professionals who live and work in or near Orange County, California. The association is dedicated to a variety of purposes, which includes lifelong learning, networking opportunities, and a spirit of friendship and common interest among its members. OCLSA offers its members important opportunities for education and development, as well as regular, affordable and convenient educational programs featuring distinguished speakers on issues of law and interest to legal professionals. Through this site, we hope to educate you on the multitude of benefits exclusive to our members. By becoming a member, you can achieve and maintain a competitive edge in your career as a legal professional.
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The Old Orange County Courthouse (pictured above) opened in September 1901 and is Southern California's oldest courthouse building. Today the 30,000-square foot building has been restored to look much as it had at the turn of the last century. The building contains the Orange County History Center (which includes the Old Courthouse Museum, the Orange County Archives, and the library of the Pacific Coast Archaeological Society) as well as government offices. It is officially recognized as California Historical Landmark No. 837.
Orange County Legal Secretaries Assn.
P.O. Box 28391
Santa Ana, CA 92799