|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Certified Specialist - Workers' Compensation Law||State Bar of California||2009|
|Award of Merit||Bar Association of San Francisco, Volunteer Legal Services Program||1977|
|cum laude||Barnard College||1965|
|Principessa Eristavi Award||Barnard College, New York City||1961|
|Owner||Law Office of Marjory Harris||1982 - Present|
|Counsel||Northern California Savings||1980 - 1982|
|Associate Counsel||Bank of America, Legal Department||1977 - 1980|
|Associate||Pillsbury Madison & Sutro (Now Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman)||1974 - 1977|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|San Bernardino County Bar Association||Member||2009 - Present|
|State Bar of California||Attorney||1974 - Present|
|California Applicants' Attorneys Association||Member||N/A|
|Committee on Rights of the Mentally Disabled||Chairman||1978 - 1979|
|Antonio v. Collishaw||Settled by Compromise and Release: $806,730|
|Mark v. Palace||Settled by Compromise and Release: $500,000|
|Ron v. Worldwide||Settled by Compromise and Release: $600,000|
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|WCWebzine Magazine||The ABCs of Admissibility||2013|
|WC Webzine Magazine||Substantial Evidence Checklist||2013|
|WC Webzine||Admissible Evidence Checklist||2013|
|WC Webzine Magazine||Litigating a Comp Case: Some Lessons from The Art of War||2013|
|getMedLegal Magazine||Substantial Evidence and Science, Law and Logic||2012|
|getMedLegal Magazine||Structuring a Settlement||2011|
|getMedLegal Magazine||Managing the Big Case||2007|
|Professional School of Psychology, San Francisco, CA||Psychology||MA - Masters||1992|
|University of San Francisco School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1974|
|Columbia University,Graduate Faculties, New York City||Italian||MA - Masters||1967|
|LA Work Comp Club 9-23-14||How to Get Sanctions||2014|
|Apportionment post SB 899||Apportionment post SB 899||2004|
|seminar on civil commitment||LPS Act Civil Commitments||1976|
|civil mental health litigatio||Lanter-Petris-Short Act||1976|
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Thank you for the helping to explain my options with my case. This is the second time you have helped me and given me advice. I greatly appreciate your expertise and the compassion you showed towards me.. You did not have to give me anything. So I thank you! again for your input and clarifying my options.
Posted by Edwin
Marjory genuinely cared about and my situation. She worked hard, returned all my emails and phone calls promptly, and got me a great settlement. If you are lucky enough become her client, do it! She's a mensch.
Posted by Aga
I would recommend Marjory Harris for several reasons:
1. She was very responsive, professional, and at the same time very human and sensitive to my needs and concerns. She spent about an hour on the phone with me trying to get details of my situation, advising on what my options could be and building a sense of trust so I could know that there is someone on my side.
2. She provided me with a lot of useful information on where to look for more legal advise so I would be aware of my rights, how to continue my relationship with my case Adjuster, and where to look for exercises that could help with my injury.
3. She helped me through the process of finalizing my settlement.
I can't say enough how important it is that a lawyer will talk to you. There are so many that will not even return your initial phone call. I was living in a different state while working with Ms. Harris, but my work injury happened while I lived in California. She was truly very helpful, knowledgeable, eager to help and understanding towards the injured worker. I highly recommend her and wish her all the best in her practice. THANK YOU!!!