California Bar Journal
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California Bar Journal

The State Bar of California


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Front Page - September 1998
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Need info about bar members? Look on the net
Western State law school wins provisional approval for ABA accreditation
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You Need to Know
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From the President - A privilege gone awry
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In defense of opinion
Thomas can think as he chooses
Time to drain the 'BOG'
Let's build a stronger forum
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Letters to the Editor
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Trials Digest
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Legal Tech - 10 reasons to ignore 2000 problem
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New Products & Services
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Law Practice - When mediating, let your imagination run loose
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MCLE Self-Study
The Internet and Global Implications
Self-Assessment Test
MCLE Calendar of Events
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Ethics Byte - 'He said, she said' rule for sex
Attorney disbarred after investing client's assets
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Annual Meeting
Did you know these Monterey Peninsula facts?
Scenic, legal visions on the menu
Four vie to lead embattled State Bar
11 seek five seats on bar board
District 2: Three-way race in capital and environs
District 4: Unopposed in San Francisco, Albers is ready
District 7, Office 1: 3 seek southern seat...
District 7, Office 2: ...and also in Los Angeles...
District 3: Two-way race develops in South, East Bay region
In the race for governor
Lungren, Davis look at the bar, the legal profession and laws
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Staff Writer
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Lt. Gov. Gray DavisAttorney General Dan LungrenGray Davis and Dan Lungren have sparred over abortion, gun control, capital punishment, tobacco and the environment. Davis accuses his conservative Republican opponent of holding beliefs too far out of the mainstream for California voters. The attorney general paints his Democratic opponent as a liberal politician who says one thing and does another.

As the California gubernatorial candidates enter the height of the campaign season, they also differ on retaining two California Supreme Court justices and how to resolve the State Bar's predicament.

Each is cautious about tinkering with the jury system, supports a strong Three Strikes law and thinks the governor can help restore public confidence in the legal system.

Despite Davis' claims that he has always supported the death penalty, the tough-on-crime attorney general has accused Davis of helping to carry out policies that were in opposition to capital punishment when he served as former Gov. Jerry Brown's chief of staff. "When does ‘always' mean ‘always?' " Lungren asked in their July 31 debate.

"It means always," Davis responded.


Beautiful Monterey and the Big Sur, Carmel regionsSpecial 1998 Annual Meeting issue

Each year, California Bar Journal publishes a special issue previewing the bar's upcoming Annual Meeting. This year's meeting will be held in Monterey Oct. 1-4.

This special issue includes information on the meeting as well as profiles of candidates seeking the bar presidency and five open board of governors seats.

Beautiful Monterey and the Big Sur, Carmel regions beckon lawyers to this year's State Bar Annual Meeting, Oct. 1-4. In this issue, a special section focuses on the upcoming Annual meeting, including election profiles of candidates running for bar president and five open board seats.