ticularly since it is funded with
He is focused
on what he calls C-A-B: competence, admissions and access, and board and bar
relations. He wants the bars educational sections to create both fundamental and
advanced MCLE courses. And he proposes a new requirement for admission to the bar: every
law student must perform a minimum number of service hours possibly 300 at a
non-profit or government agency.
longtime partner with McCutchen, Doyle, Brown & Enersen who recently opened a
mediation service, wants to address changes in the legal marketplace.
He believes the
bar should examine issues like multidisciplinary and multijurisdictional practice, as well
as practice on the internet, identify consumer protection questions, and take steps to
strengthen the profession in a competitive world.
assistant attorney general who has long represented the interests of public lawyers,
stresses the importance of long-range planning for the bar as an avenue to effeciency.
She hopes to
promote volunteerism and collegiality among attorneys, and wants to improve the bars
relationship with the legislature and the Judicial Council.
defense attorney Warwick has given most of his attention during his three-year term on the
board to the bars finances and to improved technology, particularly a more effective
Warwick has big
plans for a better web site, which he believes offers virtually unlimited potential for
enabling the bar to better serve attorneys.