California Bar Journal
OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA - OCTOBER 2001
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California Bar Journal

The State Bar of California


REGULARS

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Front Page - November 2001
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News / News Briefs
Applicants sought to oversee bar's diversion program
Let's have another cup of - legal advice
Foundation leads students to capital
Six honored for professional service
Warwick, six others named to California Judicial Council
Several thousand lawyers suspended for failing to pay dues, certify MCLE
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Trials Digest
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Opinion
From the President - Remembering the fallen
The rule of law is our strongest weapon
Pro bono work is lawyers' duty
Letters to the Editor
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Law Practice - Success: The top eight requirements
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You Need to Know
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MCLE Self-Study
Planning for education expenses
Self-Assessment Test
MCLE Calendar of Events
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Discipline
Ethics Byte - Lawyers move on in usual way despite disaster
Former city councilman spent his son's settlement
Attorney Discipline
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Public Comment

Warwick, six others named to California Judicial Council

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Thomas J. Warwick, former member of the State Bar Board of Governors, has been named along with six others to the California Judicial Council.

Thomas J. WarwickThe other new members, who each serve a three-year term beginning this month, are: Justice Norman L. Epstein, Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division Four; Judge Robert A. Dukes, assistant presiding judge of the Los Angeles Superior Court; Judge William C. Harrison, president judge of the Solano County Superior Court; Judge Barbara Ann Zuniga, Contra Costa Superior Court; and Christine Patton (advisory member), executive officer for the Santa Cruz Superior Court.

Warwick served on the State Bar board from 1997-2000. He represented bar District 9, San Diego.

In addition, Judge Stephen D. Bradbury, presiding judge of the Lassen Superior Court and president of the California Judges Association, will serve as an advisory member for one year.

The 27-member Judicial Council is the policymaking body of the California courts.