Appellate Circuit

William Barr Faces Ethics Complaint from 27 DC Bar Members – If It Passes The Initial Inquiry Stage

The public should not stand for more of this misconduct in the Attorney General’s office. At the least, this bar action may help to deter such actions for the balance of Mr. Barrs tenure.


We’ve scoured for an update on this ethics complaint against Attorney General William “Bill” Barr, as the Bar inquiry stage is 30-45 days. Well, we’re now in excess of 2 months and it appears nobody has any update as to whether Barr has to answer the Bar complaint or if it has been dismissed.

Why 27 Distinguished DC Lawyers Filed a Complaint with Bar Association Against Attorney General Barr

Originally Published: 22 July, 2020 | Republished by LIT; 1 October, 2020

It has been deeply disturbing to witness Attorney General William Barr persistently acting to undermine the rule of law over the past sixteen months. The administration of justice depends on lawyers honoring their ethical duties and playing by the rules, so the public can have confidence in the fairness and impartiality of our legal system.

As Massachusetts Attorney General, I was always mindful that the office I had the privilege to hold cast a far longer shadow than my own. My conduct mattered because the top legal officer of a state – or the federal government – is inherently obligated to serve as an institutional model for prosecutors, other lawyers, the public and the rule of law.

The organization I co-founded less than two years ago, Lawyers Defending American Democracy (LDAD), is dedicated to these same ideals.

Accordingly, LDAD is proud to have two members of its Steering Committee as signers along with the 25 other distinguished non-partisan leaders and members of the DC Bar who today filed an ethics complaint against Mr. Barr. This is a meticulously researched legal brief that describes in painstaking detail how Mr. Barr has violated his attorney’s oath of office and rules of professional conduct.

That complaint asks the DC Bar’s discipline office to investigate Mr. Barr’s alleged ethical violations and determine what sanctions would be appropriate.

The complaint is a sober and comprehensive “bill of particulars.” It challenges Mr. Barr’s actions as to four basic matters:

1. Unconstitutionally ordering, overseeing and supporting the forcible dispersal of constitutionally protected peaceful protests at Lafayette Square. In so doing, Mr. Barr unethically represented Mr. Trump’s personal interests in a “photo op” rather than carrying out his ethical duty to represent his client — the people of the United States — to protect their fundamental interest in their constitutional rights.

2. Misleading Congress and the public by asserting that the Mueller Report did not contain sufficient evidence to establish that President Trump committed the crime of “obstruction of justice.”

3. Deceiving the American people in his unprecedented December 2019 attack on a report from a Justice Department Inspector General. Mr. Barr misrepresented the IG’s determination that the FBI had a proper basis for launching its 2016 counterintelligence investigation — by leaving out crucial evidence on which the IG relied.

4. Issuing harmful and totally unnecessary public prejudgments of FBI personnel during a pending criminal investigation he was overseeing in which they were potential defendants – seriously interfering with the administration of justice.

All of these matters are part of Mr. Barr’s pattern of placing the president’s personal and political interests ahead of his ethical duty to represent the interests of the United States in dispensing evenhanded justice under the rule of law and upholding the Constitution.

Sober and highly experienced lawyers like those who signed the complaint wouldn’t take such an action except in extraordinary circumstances. It is only because Attorney General Barr’s abuses are so serious, so repetitive, and so well documented in the complaint that the signers felt compelled to hold Mr. Barr accountable — to protect the integrity of the legal profession and the American legal system.

Among the remarkable list of signers are four former DC Bar Presidents – former leaders of the organization they now call upon to investigate Mr. Barr – and a former DC Bar senior discipline lawyer, now ethics counsel to Georgetown University’s Law Center. Signers include former Watergate prosecutor Philip Lacovara (who argued and won U.S. v. Nixon in the U.S. Supreme Court) and former Justice Department prosecutor Paul Butler, now a law professor, who knows what is required for ethical behavior by Justice Department lawyers. Also among the signers are former law school deans, eminent legal ethics professors, and distinguished former government officials.

If establishment lawyers can issue this exceptional call for accountability, Congress should heed the call and question Mr. Barr about the specific ethical violations charged, when he testifies next week. Bar associations and lawyers around the country should discuss the complaint and demand the application of professional standards to the U.S. government’s top lawyer.

The public should not stand for more of this misconduct in the Attorney General’s office. At the least, this bar action may help to deter such actions for the balance of Mr. Barr’s tenure.

Bill Barr Racks Up Yet Another Bar Complaint

Credit to the profession!

Originally Published: 23 July, 2020 | Republished by LIT; 1 October, 2020

Attorney General Bill Barr may be popular inside the Fox News bubble, but among members of the legal profession he ranks somewhere between psoriasis and The Clap.

In October, the New York City Bar Association published an open letter accusing Barr of breaching professional ethics in the Ukraine scandal and calling for him to face sanctions if he failed to recuse himself from the impeachment investigation. In June, George Washington University Law School’s faculty tried to get Barr’s honorary degree from 1992 revoked after he teargassed peaceful protesters so the president could shoot Bible porn in front of a boarded up church.

And now a group of 27 distinguished lawyers has written a letter to the Office of Disciplinary Counsel of the D.C. Bar urging it to “commence an investigation to determine whether Mr. Barr, who is a member of the DC Bar, should be subject to disciplinary action under the Rules.”

“It has been deeply disturbing to witness Attorney General William Barr persistently acting to undermine the rule of law over the past sixteen months,” former Massachusetts Attorney General Scott Harshbarger, founder of Lawyers Defending American Democracy, wrote in Just Security. “The administration of justice depends on lawyers honoring their ethical duties and playing by the rules, so the public can have confidence in the fairness and impartiality of our legal system.”

Harshbarger and his fellow signatories, including four past presidents of the D.C. Bar, accuse the Attorney General of betraying his ethical duty to the American people in service of Donald Trump’s venal, personal ends.

Mr. Barr’s client is the United States, and not the President. Yet, Mr. Barr has consistently made decisions and taken action to serve the personal and political self-interests of President Donald Trump, rather than the interest of the United States.

They charge Barr with four “Counts” of impropriety:

Misrepresenting the findings of the Mueller Report by falsely claiming that it found no grounds to charge the president with obstruction of justice, rather than acknowledging that the memo presented copious evidence of obstruction, but deferred the charging decision to congress as part of its impeachment power;

Falsely implying that the Inspector General’s report on Russian interference in the 2016 and outreach to the Trump campaign was a “witch hunt” which lacked appropriate predication;

Making inappropriate public statements prejudging the outcome of the Durham investigation and denigrating the conduct of FBI agents; and

Violating the First and Fourth Amendment rights of protestors in Lafayette Park by illegally dispersing them for Trump’s Bible-toting photo op.

This is a long, long letter.

Even longer than the unsolicited memo Barr sent the president in 2018 explaining how Article II gives the president the right to order the Justice Department to investigate his political enemies, the one that convinced the president to give him Jeff Sessions’s old job.

In some sense this complaint is purely performative — the D.C. Court of Appeals is not going to initiate disbarment proceedings against the sitting Attorney General in the middle of an election.

But at the same time, it’s critically important that we as lawyers stand up and protest as Bill Barr burns down the Justice Department, cooks up bogus investigations of Trump’s political enemies, and torpedoes cases against the president’s friend.

As the letter notes:

The DCRPC and Disciplinary Rules reflect the norms and expectations about the conduct of lawyers in our society.

Importantly, Mr. Barr, as our chief law enforcement officer, occupies a position that serves as a model for other lawyers, particularly government lawyers.

Thus, serious ethical deviations on his part carry enormous consequences for our profession as a whole.

Where a lawyer in Mr. Barr’s position has violated the basic standards of honesty, trustworthiness, and other guideposts of ethical conduct governing lawyers, the Office of Disciplinary Counsel is in a unique, independent position to investigate his conduct.

If not us, then who can take a stand and say, “This is not okay?” Because it really, really isn’t.

Open Letter Supporting the 100,000 Lawyers, Agents, and Staff Members of the U. S. Department of Justice

If you currently are, or previously were, a member of the Bar, we encourage you to affirm your support of the tens of thousands of dedicated DOJ employees by adding your name to this letter.

We, the undersigned, are attorneys from across the political spectrum and across the country. We write to express support for Department of Justice (“DOJ”) professionals who may face difficult choices about participating in political misuse of the DOJ in the election period ahead. The public and these professionals should know that if they stand up to such misuse — whether via resignation, public statements, or other forms of expressive dissent — they will have broad support in the legal profession, whose best traditions they will be upholding.

By word and deed, Attorney General Barr has demonstrated a willingness to politicize the DOJ by backing and helping to implement the President’s most partisan and extreme views. Mr. Trump’s refusal to commit to a peaceful transition of power – even if solely intended as another effort to discourage voters – heightens our concern about what actions the Attorney General might take that would undermine the vote and the rule of law.

The Department of Justice is a cornerstone of our legal system. Trust in its fairness and impartiality requires an Attorney General singularly dedicated to the principles espoused on its own website:

Thomas Jefferson wrote, “The most sacred of the duties of government [is] to do equal and impartial justice to all its citizens.” This sacred duty remains the guiding principle for the women and men of the U.S. Department of Justice.

Attorney General Barr’s prosecutorial actions supporting the President’s friends and partisan interests have eroded public confidence in his commitment to impartial justice for all people. Earlier this year, Barr’s intervention in DOJ cases against presidential allies Roger Stone and Michael Flynn prompted more than 2,000 DOJ alumni to speak out in protest.

In July, twenty-seven distinguished DC Bar members filed a disciplinary complaint against Mr. Barr.

Among other things, the complaint cited his misrepresenting the law in Senate testimony defending his decision that the Mueller Report’s evidence was insufficient to charge the President with obstructing justice.

The complaint also charged him with violating his lawyer’s oath to uphold the Constitution when he oversaw the use of force against peaceful protestors in Lafayette Square. The complaint stated that:

“Mr. Barr has consistently made decisions and taken action to serve the personal and political self-interests of President Donald Trump, rather than the interest of the United States.”

As the election approaches, Mr. Barr has increasingly politicized the DOJ with his public pronouncements and actions:

On September 14, he stated: “As an attorney general, I’m not supposed to get into politics.” He then immediately undermined that standard: “We [are] going to find ourselves irrevocably committed to the socialist path . . . if Trump loses this election. . . .”

On September 16, The New York Times reported that Attorney General Barr had asked DOJ prosecutors to consider filing criminal charges against the Seattle Mayor, whom President Trump had attacked for allowing a police-free zone to help calm unrest.

On September 17, Barr embraced one of the President’s chief campaign themes with a shocking statement, asserting that state stay-at-home measures to control coronavirus spread constituted the “greatest intrusion on civil liberties” in history “other than slavery.”

On September 23, Barr dishonored constitutional checks and balances by blocking DOJ officials from appearing before Congress because House Judiciary Committee Democrats had been “scolding” him at his July 28, 2020 testimony.

Further, DOJ’s impartiality has traditionally meant avoiding actions shortly before elections that might affect the outcome. Mr. Barr has indicated that he is poised to abandon that tradition by pressing his hand-picked prosecutor, John Durham, to issue an irregular “report” with partisan impact within weeks of the election.

Additionally, Mr. Barr’s statements raise grave concern about his readiness to influence the upcoming election. He has defended the President’s threat to send law enforcement to polling places — historically done to intimidate voters. Barr’s endorsing the President’s unfounded mail-in ballot fraud claims raises red flags about potentially using DOJ in post-election litigation to undermine the vote.

We support DOJ attorneys and personnel who stand by their oaths and the Department of Justice’s duty to do justice for the public by not participating in partisan misuse of the DOJ. They honor the rule of law, our profession, and the country as we face this crucial test for our democracy.


Please understand there may be a lag between when you sign and when your name appears below:

Mark Aaronson – Professor of Law Emeritus, Univ. of Calif. Hastings College of the Law (Oakland, CA)
Richard Abel – Connell Distinguished Professor of Law Emeritus and Distinguished Research Professor, UCLA (Santa Monica, CA)
Nancy Abramowitx – Professor of Practice, American Univ. Washington College of Law (Washington, D.C.)
Jeffrey Abramson – Professor of Law (Austin, TX)
David Addlestone – N/A (Washington, D.C.)
Jan Adler – Retired Magistrate Judge, Southern District of California (San Diego, CA)
Dennis Aftergut – Of Counsel at Renne Public Law Group; former federal prosecutor and San Francisco Chief Assistant City Attorney
Jerome Akman – Retired Attorney (Washington, D.C.)
Martha Albertson Fineman – Robert W Woodruff Professor of Law Emory University (Atlanta, GA)
Hilary Allen – Associate Professor (Washington , DC)
Roula Allouch – Of Counsel (Cincinnati, OH)
Michael Altman – Retired Trial Lawyer and Law Professor (Cambridge, MA)
Cory Amron – President, Women Lawyers On Guard Action Network, Inc. (Arlington , VA)
Christa Anderson – Partner at Keker, Van Nest & Peters LLP (Martinez, CA)
R. Peter Anderson – Judge, Massachusetts Trial Court, Retired (Portland, OR)
Steven R. Andrews – Special Assistant to the Director of the FBI (Scottsdale, AZ)
Barbara Anthony – Former Antitrust Trial Attorney, US Justice Dept (Cambridge , MA)
Jon Appleton – N/A (Port Townsend, WA)
George Argyris – Farella Braun + Martel (San Francisco, CA)
Ruthe C Ashley – Former President, National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (Vallejo, CA)
Paula Atkinson – Attorney (Denver, D.C.)
Barbara Atwood – Professor of Law Emerita, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ)
Joseph Azam – Attorney; Chief Compliance & Ethics Officer (Oakland , CA)
Cristina Azar – Claims Counsel (Jacksonville, FL)
Robert Bacon – Attorney (Oakland, CA)
Julie Bahret – Former Practitioner (Gainesville , FL)
Judith Bailey – Federal Trade Commisson (Washington , D.C.)
Robert S. Baker – Former Director of the Appalachian Research and Defense Fund (Beckley, WV)
Michael Barnes – US Congressman (Naples, FL)
Jonathan Barnes – Attorney (Boston, MA)
Frederick Baron – Cooley LLP, Senior Counsel (Atherton, CA)
Charles Baron – Emeritus Professor of Law, Boston College Law School (Westport Point, MA)
Alan Baron – Former Asst. U.S. Attorney (Md.) (Washington, D.C.)
Elizabeth Barry – Former Chief Assistant Attorney General, Alaska (Anchorage, AK)
Margaret Barry – Visiting Professor (Bethesda, MD)
Jeffrey Bartell – Former Wisconsin Assistant Attorney General (Madison, WI)
Elizabeth Bartholet – Prof of Law, Harvard Law School (Cambridge, MA)
Steven Baumohl – Former Law Clerk to the Hon Joseph L Tauro (Asheville , NC)
Katherine L. Becker – Retired Attorney, U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services (Gaithersburg, MD)
Craig Becker – Private Practice Attorney (Mount Laruel, NJ)
William Behrens – Law Office of William Behrens (Mentor, OH)
Bill Belding – Professor (Oxford, MD)
Marcia Bell – N/A (Mill Valley, CA)
Laurel Bellows – Former President of the American Bar Association (Chicago, IL)
Joel Bellows – Managing Partner, Bellows, PC. (Chicago, IL)
Alan Belsky – N/A (Baltimore, MD)
Richard Benes – N/A (San Diego, CA)
Nancy Bennett – Attorney (Marblehead, MA)
Ward Benshoof – Retired Partner, Alston & Bird LLC (Glendale, CA)
Nancy Zalusky Berg – N/A (Minneapolis , MN)
Jim Bergenn – Shipman & Goodwin LLP, Partner (hartford, CT)
Vivian Berger – Nash Professor of Law Emerita, Columbia Law School (New York, NY)
Pamela Berman – Robins Kaplan, LLP (Canton, MA)
Paul Berman – N/A (Silver Springs, MD)
Claudia Bernard – Retired Chief Circuit Mediator, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (Oakland , CA)
Marilyn Bernhardt – General Attorney (Sedona, AZ)
Peter Bernhardt – AUSA, Civil Chief, U.S. Attorney’s Office (Sedona, AZ)
Paul Berning – Managing Partner (Alameda, CA)
Elizabeth Earle Beske – American University Washington College of Law (Washington, D.C.)
Debra Billard – Assistant Public Defender (Jacksonville, FL)
Barbara Aronstein Black – Dean Emerita, George Welwood Murray Professor of Legal History Emerita, Columbia University Law School (New York, NY)
Sandra Blair – Retired Attorney (Berkeley , CA)
Laura Blank – N/A (New York, NY)
Robert Bloom – Professor Boston College Law school (Newton, MA)
Richard Bluestein – Krokidas and Bluestein (retired) (Boston, MA)
Eric Blumenson – Research Professor of Law (Cambridge, MA)
William Blumer – Current (Wyomissing, PA)
Maria Soledad Bodero – N/A (Jacksonville , FL)
Kristi Bodin – Attorney (Greenfield, MA)
Joshua Bogin – Trial Attorney, Civil Rights Division (1977-87); Adjunct Professor of Constitutional Law, Springfield College (Springfield, MA)
Bill Boies – N/A (Chicago, IL)
Beth Boland – Partner (Dover, MA)
Bruce Bookman – N/A (Anchorage, AK)
Anthony Borwick – Administrative Judge, Trial Attorney Land and Natural Resources Division, Department of Justic (Marina Del Rey, CA)
Amelia Boss – Trustee Professor of Law, Thomas R. Kline School of Law, Drexel University (Philadelphia, PA)
Charles Both – Law Offices of Charles R. Both (Washington, D.C.)
Pamela Bothwell – N/A (Los Angeles, CA)
Robert Bourque – N/A (New York , NY)
G Daniel Bowling – First Public Defender in Charleston County, SC & ADR Staff Attorney at the USDC for N. CA. (Mount Pleasant, SC)
Judith Bowman – N/A (Cambridge, MA)
John Bowman – Retired Attorney (Brookline, MA)
Karen Boyd – Founding Partner, Turner Boyd LLP (Palo Alto, CA)
Matthew Boyd – Attorney at Law (Lexington , KY)
Mark Bradford – Partner, VLP Law Group LLP (Palo Alto, CA)
Keith Braman – Attorney (Lawrence, KS)
Helene Brezinsky – Retired Law Partner (South Hero, VT)
Ann Brick – Retired staff attorney, ACLU of Northern California (Berkeley, CA)
Howard Brick – Assistant Attorney General (Lexington, MA)
Israela Brill-Cass – Ombuds, Wesleyan University and Founder, Fixerrr (Boston, MA)
John C. Brittain – Olie W. Rauh Professor of Law University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law (Washington, D.C.)
Elaine Brock – N/A (Ann Arbor, MI)
Benjamin Broder – Attorney (Saratoga Springs, NY)
Katherine Broderick – Former Dean of the District of Columbia Law School (, )
Mark Brodin – Boston College Law School (Newton, MA)
Theodora H. Brown – Attorney (Washington, D.C.)
Arthur Brunwasser – N/A (San Francisco , CA)
Michael Burns – Formerly of the Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education (Scottsfale, AZ)
John Burns – N/A (Raleigh, NC)
Barbara Burr – Attorney; former DOJ Senior Trial Attorney (Washington, D.C.)
Thomas Butters – Former Assistant District Attorney; Butters Brazilian LLP
Andrea Cabral – Fmr. Secretary of Public Safety, fmr. Asst. D.A., fmr. Asst. Attorney General (Boston, MA)
Elizabeth Cabraser – Partner, Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein LLP (Sebastopol , CA)
M. James Callahan – Retired Attorney (Phoenix, AZ)
Kristina Campbell – Professor of Law, UDC David A Clarke School of Law (Washington , D.C.)
Jay Carlson – Retired Law partner (Madison , WI)
Kent Carnell – Partner Lawton & Cates (Madison, WI)
James Carr – Senior Assistant Attorney General (Estes Park, CO)
Nancy Carratura – Retired Attorney (Brick, NJ)
William Carroll – Former 30 Year Government Attorney including General Counsel of a Defense Agency (Washington, DC)
Maria Caruana – Attorney (Oakland , CA)
Wynne Carvill – Retired Superior Court Judge (Belmont, CA)
Candice Casazza – Attorney (Chicago, IL)
Philip Cave – Owner, MLJ (Alexandria, VA)
Kathy Cerminara – Law Professor (Ft. Lauderdale, FL)
Carol Chandler – N/A (Boston, MA)
Jeffrey Chanin – Keker, Van Nest & Peters (San Francisco, Ca)
Paulette Chapman – Partner, Koonz, McKenney, Johnson & DePaolis LLP (Falls Church, VA)
Alice Cheng – Senior Associate Attorney (Walnut Creek, CA)
Carol Chodroff – Attorney (San Diego, CA)
Molly Wilson Chung – Attorney at Casner & Edwards, LlP (Boxford, MA)
Christine H. Chung – N/A (New York, NY)
Nanci Clarence – Former President, Bar Association of San Francisco (San Francisco, CA)
James Clark – Sidley Austin LLP, Retired Partner (Chicago, IL)
David Clark – Partner (Jackson, MS)
Dennis Clayton – Private practice (Spokane, WA)
Kimberly Clement – Former District Attorney, AUSA (Santa Rosa, CA)
Clay Clement – N/A (Santa Rosa, CA)
Brian Clemow – Of Counsel, Shipman & Goodwin LLP (Hartford, CT)
Sarah Cleveland – Louis Henkin Professor of Human and Constitutional Rights, Columbia Law School. Former Counsel on International Law to the Legal Adviser, U.S. Dept. of State (New York, NY)
Adrienne Coffin – N/A (West Palm Beach, FL)
Ed Cogen – Regional Counsel and Deputy Director, Mid-Atlantic Region, Office of Economic Opportunity (former.. Now Retired from private law practice) (Washington, D.C.)
Devin Cohen – Attorney (Teaneck, NJ)
Michael Colantuono – Attorney (Grass Valley, CA)
Rebecca Coll – Partner, Quadra & Coll, LLP (San Francisco, CA)
Julie Conger – Retired Judge (Sonoma, CA)
J.J. Conway – Attorney (Royal Oak, MI)
Corinne Cooper – Professor Emerita of Law (Tucson, AZ)
Bryan Coryell – Attorney (Santa Rosa, CA)
Jim Cotter – Attorney (Quincy, MA)
John Cotton – Parter (Retired) Gartenberg, Gelfand LLC (Sebastopol , CA)
Terri Coulter – Retired Federal Criminal Defense Attorney (Oklahoma City, OK)
Sharon Cozort – Attorney (Houston, TX)
Glenn Cravez – Attorney/Mediator (Anchorage , AK)
Charles Crumpton – Mediator/Arbitrator (Honolulu, HI)
John Cunha – Cunha & Holcomb, P.C. (Boston, MA)
Kevin Curtin – N/A (Boston , MA)
Dana Curtis – N/A (Sausalito, CA)
Douglas Cuthbertson – Partner, Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein, LLP (New York, NY)
Stanley Cygelman – Casner & Edwards, LLP (winchester, MA)
Gene Dahmen – N/A (Boston, MA)
Marc Dann – Former Attorney General (Cleveland, OH)
Jane Davenport – Defenders of Wildlife, Senior Attorney (Garrett Park, MD)
Douglas Davis – Of Counsel (Tucson , AZ)
Angela Davis – Professor (Washington, D.C.)
Martha Davis – Northeastern University School of Law (BROOKLINE, MA)
Robert Dawson – Assistant County Attorney (Arlington, VA)
Linda Day – Assistant Conflict Defender (Atlanta, GA)
James Day – N/A (San Francisco, CA)
James De Golia – Former SVP & General Counsel (Casper , WY)
George Dean – Former Assistant Attorney General of Massachusetts (Newton, MA)
Sarah Deer – Former Attorney General (Lawrence, KS)
Michele Deitch – Distinguished Senior Lecturer in Law and Public Policy, Univ. of Texas at Austin (Austin, TX)
Ruth Dell – Retired Attorney, NLRB (Tiburon , CA)
Lindsey Dennis – Current Assistant District Attorney (Philadelphia , PA)
Julie Dickerson – N/A (Austin, TX)
Robert Dodig – N/A (Cape Coral, FL)
Emily Doskow – N/A (Oakland, CA)
David Driesen – University Professor, Syracuse University (Syracuse, NY)
Michael Duffy – Lawyer (Dallas, TX)
Drew Duffy – N/A (Columbus, OH)
Heather Duncan – Staff Attorney (Akron, OH)
Lynn Duryee – Retired Judge of the Superior Court (San Francisco, CA)
Katharine DuVivier – Professor of Law (Boulder, CO)
Daniel Edelman – Katz Marshall & Banks LLP (Washington, D.C.)
Stewart Edelstein – Cohen and Wolf, P.C. (Stockbridge, MA)
Andrew Egan – General Counsel (Dorchester, MA)
Janet Eichers – SVP, GC Kapsch TrafficCom North America (Arlington, VA)
Stan Eichner – N/A (Somerville, MA)
Ryan Ellis – Attorney (Minneapolis, MN)
Scott Emblidge – N/A (Mill Valley, CA)
Patrick English – Principal, Dines and English L.L.C. (Clifton, NJ)
Jennifer Escalante – Attorney (Winter Garden, FL)
Joseph Evall – N/A (New York, NY)
Julie Faenza – Attorney (Raleigh, NC)
Evan Falchuk – Former independent gubernatorial candidate for Massachusetts and founder of the United Independent Party (Auburndale, MA)
Lynn Faris – Former Attorney (Alameda, CA)
Lynn Faris – Former Attorney (Alameda , CA)
Ellice Fatoullah – Attorney (New Canaan, CT)
Joseph Fazio – Attorney (Fort Lauderdale, FL)
Walter Featherly – General Counsel, Calista Corporation (Anchorage, AK)
Francis Fecteau – Former Justice of the Appeals Court Of MA. (Dennis, MA)
Michael C. Fee – Attorney (Boston, MA)
Brenda Feigen – Attorney (Los Angeles, CA)
Bob Feldman – Former, Assistant US Attorney, Northern District of California (Redwood Shores , CA)
Cary Feldman – Former AUSA-DC (North Bethesda, MD)
Aaron X. Fellmeth – Professor, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Arizona State University (, )
Nicholas Fels – Retired partner, Covington & Burling LLP (, )
Michael Felsen – Former Regional Solicitor, U.S. Department of Labor (Jamaica Plain, MA)
gary fentin – Shatz, Schwartz and Fentin, P.C. (Springfield, MA)
Edward Ferguson – Former Assistant U.S. Attorney, Southern District of New York (Brooklyn, NY)
Joseph G. Ferguson – Attorney (Dunmore, PA)
Andrew Ferguson – Professor of Law (Washington , D.C.)
James Ferrucci – Attorney (Verona , NJ)
Andrea Ferster – Past President, D.C. Bar (2013-2014) (Washington, DC)
Eugene Fidell – NYU Law School (Stockbridge, MA)
Deborah Filler – Senior Staff Attorney, Cambridge & Somerville Legal Services office of Greater Boston Legal Services (Brookline, MA)
robert finkel – Partner, Moritt Hock; Adjunct Prof. BULS (NYC, NY)
Michael Fischer – Senior Attorney (Ret.), Judicial Council of California (El Cerrito, CA)
Jeffrey Fishkin – Attorney (Los Angeles, CA)
Ruth Ellen Fitch – Retired Attorney (, )
Barbara Hayden Fitts – Counsellor at Law (Brookline, MA)
Jean FitzSimon – U.S. Bankruptcy Judge (Philadelphia , PA)
Marc Fleischaker – Chair Emeritus, Arent Fox, LLP (Washington, DC)
Brian Flick – Partner, DannLaw (Cincinnati, OH)
Paul Fogel – Partner, Reed Smith LLP; former Judge, Alameda County Superior Court (Berkeley, CA)
Matthew Fogelson – Former Trial Attorney, U.S. Dept. of Justice (Oakland, CA)
John Foley – N/A (Bloomfield, CT)
Ellison Folk – Shute, Mihaly & Weinberger (San Francisco, CA)
Julie Ford – Doll, Jansen & Ford (Dayton, OH)
Herb Fox – Attorney (Santa Barbara, CA)
Elizabeth Frantz – Attorney (Boston, MA)
Robert Freedman – Hon. Robert B. Freedman (Ret.) (San Francisco, CA)
Patrick Frey – N/A (Rancho Palos Verdes, CA)
John Friedemann – Friedemann Goldberg Wargo Hess LLP (Santa Rosa, CA)
Jill Friedman – N/A (Montgomery, AL)
Terry Friedman – Retired Judge (Santa Monica, CA)
Gary Friedman – Mediation Law offices (Muir Beach, CA)
Nancy Friedman – Retired Attorney (Evergreen, CO)
Michael Frisch – Ethics Counsel and Adjunct Professor of Law Georgetown University Law Center (Washington, D.C.)
Steven Froot – Partner, Boies Schiller Flexner LLP; former Assistant United States Attorney, SDNY (Bronx, NY)
Christopher Gagin – Former Magistrate (St. Clairsville, OH)
Tamara Galanter – Partner (Sebastopol, CA)
Thomas Gallitano – Managing Partner, Conn Kavanaugh LLP (Boston, MA)
Kay Gardiner – Former Deputy Chief, Civ. Div. USAO, SDNY (New York, NY)
Lenore Garon – Attorney (formerly Trial Attorney, DOJ) (Falls Church, VA)
Joseph Garrison – Attorney (New Haven , CT)
Edward Geffner – Retired Not-for-Profit CEO (New York, NY)
Marjorie Gelb – Retired Attorney (Oakland, CA)
Richard Gelb – Current Partner at Gelb & Gelb LLP (Beverly, MA)
Allan Gelbard – Attorney; Vice President, First Amendment Lawyers Association (Encino, CA)
Timothy Geller – N/A (New York, NY)
Thomas Geller – Superving Administrative Law Judge (New York, NY)
Nancy Gertner – Retired Judge; Current Visiting professor at Yale Law; Senior Lecturer at Harvard (Brookline, MA)
Tianna Gibbs – Associate Professor of Law, David A. Clarke School of Law (Washington, D.C.)
Martha Gifford – Law Office of Martha E. Gifford, former Trial Attorney, US DOJ (Brooklyn, NY)
Peter Gilchriet – Former District Attorney 26th Prosecutorial District (Huntersville, NC)
Dirk Giseburt – Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP (Seattle , WA)
Leonard Glantz – Boston University Professor (Brookline , MA)
David Glenn – Attorney, Syndicated Radio Host (Raleigh, NC)
Richard Glickstein – Special Advisor, NYC Human Resources Admin (Ossining, NY)
Richard Glovsky – Locke Lord LLP (Boston, MA)
Barry Gold – Partner at Conn Kavanaugh Rosenthal Peisch & Ford, LLP (Boston, MA)
Michael Goldberg – Partner, Casner & Edwards, LLP (Boston, MA)
Stephen Golden – Retired Attorney (tucson, AZ)
Daniel Goldstein – Retired partner, Brown, Goldstein & Levy, LLP (Spofford, NH)
Cher Gonzalez – Partner (Sacramento , CA)
Lee Gordon – Retired, City of New York (Bayside, NY)
Frederic Gordon – Former member of the bar in Connecticut (Great Barrington , MA)
Keith Gordon – Former NYS AAG (Ossining , NY )
Neil Goteiner – Partner (San Francisco, CA)
Robert Gottlieb – Attorney (New York, NY)
James Gottstein – Law Project for Psychiatric Rights (Anchorage, AK)
W. Andrew Gowder, Jr. – Partner, Austen & Gowder, LLC (Charleston , SC)
David Grace – Retired Attorney (Santa Barbara, CA)
Valerie Grace – Retired Attorney (Santa Barbara, CA)
Joan Graff – President of Legal Aid at Work (San Francisco, CA)
Andrew Grainger – Retired Associate Justice, Massachusetts Appeals Court (Boston, MA)
Paul Grant – Former National Board Member of the American Civil Liberties Union (Juneau, AK)
Lewis Greenblatt – Senior Counsel Reed Smith LLP (Chicago, IL)
Joseph Grodin – Former Justice, California Supreme Court (Berkeley, CA)
Erica Grubb – Former Attorney (Berkeley, CA)
Anthony Guadalupe Baerga – GBLO | A Law Studio (Brooklyn, NY)
Samidh Guha – Partner (New York, NY)
Ernest Haddad – General Counsel Emeritus, MassGeneral Brigham; Former Associate Dean, Boston University School of Law (Boston, MA)
Kathryn Hall – N/A (Glenview, IL)
Rebecca Hamilton – Associate Professor (Washington, DC)
Russell Hanlon – N/A (San Jose, CA)
Stephen Hanlon – Lawyer (St. Louis, MO)
James Hanrahan – Past Managing Partner, Bowditch &Dewey LLP (Framingham, MA)
Marilyn Harbur – Senior Assistant Attorney General (Salem, OR)
Lance Harke – N/A (Miami Shores, FL)
Susan Harriman – N/A (San Francisco, CA)
Daniel Harrington – Past Chair, Pennsylvania Bar Association Committee on Legal Ethic and Prof’l Responsibility (Haddonfield, NJ)
Cody Harris – Partner (San Francisco, CA)
Janine Harris – Attorney (Alexandria, VA)
Lindsay Harris – American University Washington College of Law (Washington , D.C.)
Scott Harshbarger – Former National President of Common Cause and two-term Attorney General of Massachusetts (Boston, MA)
Lance Hartwich – Law Office of Lance R. Hartwich, PLLC (Albany, NY)
Patrick Harvill – Retired Deputy District Attorney (Riverside, CA)
Janis Harwell – Retired Corporate General Counsel (San Francisco, CA)
Mary Haskell – Attorney (Lexington, MA)
M. Raymond Hatcher – Partner – Sloan Hatcher Perry Runge Robertson Smith & Jones (Longview, TX)
Bob Haurin – N/A (Ivyland, PA)
Cathy Havener Greer – Attorney (Denver, CO)
Henry Hecht – Lecturer in Residence, University of California, Berkeley, School of Law (Berkeley , CA)
Thelton Henderson – Judge, U.S. District Court, Northern District of California (ret.) (Berkeley, CA)
Wayne Henderson – N/A (Sudbury, MA)
Laurie Hepler – Partner (Foster City, CA)
Mark Herbst – N/A (Annapolis, MD)
Robert Herbst – Herbst Law PLLC, formerly Deputy Chief, Special Prosecutions Division, EDPa (New York, NY)
Howard Herman – N/A (Oakland, CA)
Richard Herzog – Senior Counsel, Harkins Cunningham LLP (Washington, D.C.)
Kathy Hessler – Clinical Professor of Law (Tigard, OR)
Henry Hewitt – Partner (San Francisco , CA)
David Hicks – Deputy Attorney General (Dunsmuir , CA)
Steven Hirsch – Of Counsel, Keker, Van Nest & Peters LLP (San Francisco, CA)
Liza Hirsch – Senior Attorney, Massachusetts Advocates for Children (Boston, MA)
Bob Hirshon – Former President: ABA and Maine State Bar (Ann Arbor, MI)
Sheldon Hirshon – Retired Attorney (Los Angeles , CA)
John Hitt – Former Chief of Civil Rights Division in MA AGO; Current Managing Member of Drohan, Hitt & Hadas LLC (Boston, MA)
Christopher Ho – N/A (San Francisco, CA)
Hon. Faith Hochberg – Reitred U.S. Distric Judge (NewYork , NY)
William Hoerger – Retired Attorney (Oakland, CA)
Rachel Hoerger – N/A (Oakland, CA)
William Hoffman – Former Chief Counsel to Office of Foreign Assets Control, US Treasury Department; former Attorney-Adviser, Legal Adviser’s Office, L/LEI, US State Department (Washington, D.C.)
Helen Holcomb – Partner, Cunha & Holcomb, P.C. (Boston, MA)
Toby Hollander – Guardian Ad Litem (Portland, ME)
Paul Holtzman – N/A (Boston, MA)
Daniel Homiller – N/A (Cary, NC)
Michael Hope – Assistant Public Defender (Tampa, FL)
Kathleen Hopkins – Private Attorney (Woodinville, WA)
William Horne – N/A (Newtonville, MA)
William W. Horton – Lawyer (Birmingham, AL)
Bonnie Hough – N/A (Sausalito , CA)
Christina Houston – Partner (Wilmington, DE)
Sandy Hovey – Executive Director (Quincy, MA)
Susanne C Howard – N/A (Cambridge, MA)
Katy Howard – Retired Administrative Law Judge (Eagle River, AK)
Larry Hoyt – Special counsel, Boulder County (Westminster, CO)
Richard Hughey – Attorney (Media, PA)
William Humenuk – Sr. VP & General Counsel, Buzzi Unicem USA (retired); former Partner Dechert LLP (Naples, FL)
David Hunter – Professor of Law (Takoma Park, MD)
Norma Hutcheson – Deputy Managing Counsel, USPS (Retired) (Washington, D.C.)
Susie Hwang – N/A (Palo Alto, CA)
Douglas Hyde – Retired Attorney, Former CEO (Grand Isle, VT)
Nancy Hykel – Attorney (Delray Beach, FL)
Steven Hyman – Attorney (New York, NY)
Miriam Hyman – Attorney (New York, NY)
Rebecca Ingber – Professor of Law, Cardozo Law School (New York, NY)
Trina Ingelfinger – Former Chief Attorney, Region I, U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights (Durham, NH)
Dan Jackson – Keker, Van Nest & Peters LLP (San Francisco, CA)
Beth Jay – Attorney (Berkeley, CA)
Ira Joffe – Attorney (Bellaire, TX)
Belinda Johns – Former Senior Assistant Attorney General, California AG’s Office (San Francisco, CA)
Catherine Johnson – Environmental General Counsel LLP, Partner (Berkeley, CA)
Garth L. Jones – Attorney at the law firm of Stritmatter Kessler Koehler Moore (Hoquiam, WA)
Gerald Kahn – Attorney (Madison, CT)
Edward Kallgren – Past President, Bar Association of San Franciscoisco (San Mateo, CA)
Bernard Kamine – N/A (Los Angeles, CA)
Ian Kanig – Attorney (Berkeley, CA)
Chris Gus Kanios – Professor of Law, John F. Kenney School of Law (San Francisco, CA)
Kathryn Karcher – N/A (Bainbridge Island, WA)
Sanjay Karnik – Former Assistant United States Attorney, Senior Counsel at Amin Talati Wasserman (Chicago , IL)
Debra Katz – Katz, Marshall & Banks, LLP (Takoma Park, MD)
Jarred Katz – N/A (Los Angeles, CA)
Marion and Richard Katzive – N/A (Irvington, NY)
Joyce Kauffman – Lawyer and Mediator (Roslindale, MA)
John Keker – Founding Partner, Keker, Van Nest & Peters LLP (San Francisco, CA)
Jennifer Keller – Partner/Founder (Irvine , CA)
Nicholas Kelley – Retired partner (Brookline, MA)
Bill Kelly – Retired Partner, Latham & Watkins (Washington, D.C.)
Michael Kelly – Dean, University of Maryland School of Law (Baltimore, MD)
James Kennedy – Adm Law Judge (Walnut Creek, CA)
Wesley Kennedy – Allison, Slutsky & Kennedy, P.C. (Chicago, IL)
Kenneth Kenworthy – N/A (Santa Rosa, CA)
Jessica Kerr – N/A (Fort Lauderdale, FL)
Alli Kielsgard – Associate Director, ABA Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice (Washington, D.C.)
Loren Kieve – N/A (San Francisco, CA)
Jennifer Kim – Senior Associate General Counsel (New York, NY)
John O’Hyun Kim – Attorney & Former Professor of Philosophy (Stratford, CT)
Rebecca Kinburn – Attorney (Montclair, NJ)
Carol Kingsley – Attorney (san francisco, ca)
Crawford Kirkpatrick – N/A (Swansea , MA)
Joel Kirshenbaum – Attorney (san francisco, CA)
Isabelle Kirshner – Criminal Defense Attorney (New York, NY)
Thomas Kite – Solo Practitioner (Denver, CO)
Tal Kitron – Attorney- Emory University School of Law (Louisville, CO)
Steve Klitzman – Retired Deputy Chief, FCC Office of Intergovernmental Affairs (Chevy Chase, MD)
Danelle Knapp – N/A (East Windsor, NJ)
Courtney Knippen – Judicial Law Clerk (Washington , D.C.)
Patricia Knox – Attorney (Palo Alto, CA)
Keith Koegler – General Counsel (Palo Alto, CA)
Karen Koehler – Partner Stritmatter Kessler Koehler Moore Law FIrm (Seattle, WA)
John Koeppel – N/A (San Francisco, CA)
Dawn Korman – Attorney (Georgetown, TX)
Dane Kostin – N/A (West Hartford, CT)
Alan Kovacs – Former Assistant District Attorney – Manhattan, NY; Former Assistant District Attorney – Chief, Appeals Bureau, Middlesex County, MA; former Assistant Attorney General, Chief, Antitrust Division, Massachusetts (Newton Highlands, MA)
David Kownacki – David P. Kownacki, P.C. (New York, NY)
Michael Kraemer – Retired Partner, White and Williams LLP (Providence, RI)
Mitchell Kraus – Formerly General Counsel, Transportion Communications Union (Miami Beach, FL)
Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum – Managing Partner, Brown Goldstein & Levy (Baltimore, MD)
Miriam Krinsky – Former Federal Prosecutor (Central District of CA; District of Md); Chief, Criminal Appeals; Chief, General Crimes (Studio City, CA)
Scott Kronland – Altshuler Berzon LLP (San Francisco, CA)
Jonathan Kross – GC (Boca Raton, FL)
Eric Kueffner – Retiredt Åttorney (Juneau, AK)
Shari Kulanu – Attorney (Oakland, CA)
Paul Kurtz – Associate Dean and Professor of Law, University of Georgia (Athens , GA)
Eric Labowitz – Judge, Retired (Boonville, CA)
Fernando Laguarda – Faculty Director, Program on Law and Government, American University Washington College of Law (Washington, D.C.)
Ellen Lake – Law Offices of Ellen Lake (Oakland , CA)
Leo Lam – Partner – Keker, Van Nest & Peters (San Francisco, CA)
Sandra Lambert – Attorney at law, retired (San Rafael, CA)
Ann Lambert – N/A (Cambridge, MA)
Julia Landau-Taylor – N/A (Newton, MA)
Jane Lang – Former General Counsel, U. S. Dep’t of Housing and Urban Development (, )
Elizabeth Laporte – Retired U.S. Magistrate Judge (San Francisco, CA)
Martin Latinsky – Lawyer (Haworth, NJ)
Robert Lawless – Attorney ; former Assistant District Attorney (Barnstable , MA)
Carolyn Lazaris – U.S. Department of Education (Somerset, MA)
Simon Lazarus – N/A (Bethesda, MD)
Lars Lederer – Attorney (Lafayette Hill, PA)
Richard Lee – N/A (Menlo Park, CA)
William Lee – Former Assistant District Attorney; Former Chief of Staff, MA Attorney General’s Office (Washington, D.C.)
John Lefcourte – Deputy Public Defender (Reno, NV)
Ann Lehman – Principal (Portland, OR)
Bruce Leicher – Attorney (Harvard, MA)
Elaine Leitner – Retired Mediator and Adjunct Law Professor at UC Hastings College of the Law (Oakland, CA)
Brian Lerner – Attorney at Law (Torrance, CA)
Ron Leshnower – Attorney (Dix Hills, NY)
Martin Levin – Principal, Law Office of Martin E. Levin, and former Chief of the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Environmental Crimes Division (Framingham, MA)
Barbara Levine – Retired Attorney (Philadelphia, PA)
Ilyse Levine-Kanji – N/A (Westborough, MA)
Ariel Levinson-Waldman – Former Senior Counsel to the Attorney General for the District of Columbia; former Assistant Counsel, U.S. House of Representatives; former Chief Oversight Counsel, U.S. Department of Labor (Washington, D.C.)
Arden Levy – Principal, Arden Levy Law PLLC (Alexandria, VA)
Andrew Levy – Senior counsel (New York, NY)
Robert Levy – N/A (New York, MY)
Eleanor Roberts Lewis – Retired Chief Counsel for International Commerce, U.S. Department of Commerce (Washington, D.C.)
Geoffrey Lewis – Bassil & Budreau (Boston, MA)
Justyn Lezin – Attorney, Cabello & Lezin, LLP (Oakland, CA)
Robert Liotta – Liotta Dranitzke & Engel (Washington, D.C.)
William G Litchfield – Attorney (North Chatham, MA)
Alice Litter – Senior staff attorney, Office for Civil Rights, US Dept of Education (Harvarx, MA)
Renee Lloyd – Senior Counsel GE Digital (Concord , MA)
Julie Locascio – Attorney at Law (Washington, D.C.)
Thomas Lohman – N/A (Anchorage, AK)
Jack Londen – Morrison & Foerster LLP (San Francisco, CA)
Janelle London – Excutive Director, Beyond Gasoline Initiative, Joint Venture Silicon Valley (Menlo Park, CA)
Monique London – N/A (Menlo Park, CA)
Fred Lowenfels – General Counsel Emeritus, Trammo, Inc. (New York, NY)
John Lozada – Equity & Inclusion Director (Beverly, MA)
Edmund Lyons – Prosecutor US Department of Justice (Naples, FL)
Ken MacIver – Board Chair, Children’s Law Center of Massachusetts (Melrose, MA)
Paula Mackin – Retired Child Welfare Litigator (Newton, MA)
Peter Macy, Ed.M., J.D. – Massachusetts Guardianship Policy Institute (Andover, MA)
Danielle Malaty – Attorney (Chicago, IL)
Danielle Malaty – Partner, Kopka Pinkus Dolin PC (Chicago, IL)
Myrna Mandlawitz – President, MRM Associates, LLC (Washington, D.C.)
Maya Manian – Visiting Professor, American University Washington College of Law (Washington, D.C.)
Rick Mann – N/A (Needham, MA)
Lisa Manolius – N/A (San Francisco, CA)
Roger Manus – Director, Senior Law Clinic, Campbell University School of Law (Raleigh, NC)
Stanley J. Marcuss – Former Counsel to the U.S. Senate’s International Finance Subcommittee; former Senior Deputy Assistant Secretary in the U.S. Commerce Department; former partner, Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy; former Senior Fellow at Harvard’s Kennedy School; retired partner, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner (, )
Donald Margolis – Senior Counsel, University of California (Oakland, CA)
Kate Margolis – Current counsel (Jackson, MS)
Zachary Margulis-Ohnuma – Law Office of Zachary Margulis-Ohnuma (Scarsdale, NY)
Robert Marino – Attorney (New York, NY)
Richard Mark – Former Assistant United States Attorney and Chief, Civil Division, SDNY (New York, NY)
William Markstein – Chief Financial Officer and SVP (New York, NY)
Michele Marsh – Marsh Legal Services, LLC (Sussex, WI)
raymond marshall – Partner (Piedmont, CA)
Jonathan Marshall – Former Common Pleas Court Judge (1988) (Columbus, OH)
Lori Martin – Former attorney (San Francisco, CA)
Joseph Mascovich – Of Counsel (Bodega Bay, CA)
Lorelie Masters – Treasurer, Women Lawyers On Guard (Washington, D.C.)
Howard Matz – Former Judge (, )
Victoria May – Former AUSA Southern District of Mississippi (Nashville, TN)
James McCambridge – Retired Assistant Attorney General of Wisconsin (Ipswich, MA)
Molly Mcclure – N/A (Inverness , CA)
L Stephen McCready – Puritan Faust, PC (Clinton, MA)
Robert McDaniel – Former AUSA Washington DC (Meredith, NH)
Robert McGarrah – Maryland Legal Aid (Bethesda, MD)
Lisa McGovern – Former Prosecutor (Beverly, MA)
Madeline McGuckin – Attorney (Cleveland, OH)
John McHenry – Attorney (South Webster, OH)
James F. McHugh – Former Associate Justice, Massachusetts Appeals Court (, )
Mary Lou McLennan – Retired Attorney (Glen Ellyn, IL)
Clay Meek – President of the Volusia County Bar Association (Ormond Beach, FL)
Alan Meisel – Professor of Law (Pittsburgh, PA)
Thomas Mela – Retired Managing Attorney of the Massachusetts Advocates for Children (, )
Lisa Menda – Attorney at Law (Brooklyn, Ny)
Tom Mendelson – Lawyer (St. Louis, MO)
Dwight Merriam – Attrney at Law (Weatogue, CT)
Neil Meyer – N/A (Minneapolis, MN)
Randy Michelson – Michelson Law Group (San Francisco, CA)
Elliott Milstein – Emeritus Professor of Law, American University (Washington , D.C.)
Kathleen Minniti – N/A (New York, NY)
Susan Mitchell – Attorney at Law and former Assistant District Attorney (Brooklyn , NY)
Matthew Mitzner – Former founder of Lawyers for America (Dallas, TX)
Robert Mnookin – Professor of Law (Cambridge, MA)
Bruce Mohl – Justice, New Hampshire Superior Court, Retired; NH Deputy Attorney Generald (Meredith, NH)
Bruce Mohl – Retired Justice, New Hampshire Superior Court; Former Deputy Attorney General of New Hampshire (, )
Sadina Montani – N/A (Washington, D.C.)
Jane Montgomery – Former lawyer (Denver, CO )
Sandra Moody – N/A (Boston, MA)
carlos moreno – US District Court, Central District California (Ret.)) (Los Angeles, CA)
Robert Gordon Mork – Attorney (Stavanger, Rogaland, Norway)
Alan Morrison – Associate Dean, george Washington University Law School (Washington, D.C.)
Eileen Morrison – Attorney (Newtonville, MA)
Allison Morse – Retired Senior Deputy County Counsel of Los Angeles County (Los Angeles, CA)
Kimberly Mossel – Attorney (Livonia, MI)
Ping Moy – Former GC and EVP, Lutheran Healthcare System; Former AUSA, SDNY (New York, NY)
Timothy Mulhern – Shatz, Schwartz and Fentin, PC (Springfield, MA)
Rose Mulvany Henry – Attorney (Kansas City, KS)
John Murdock – N/A (Santa Monica, CA)
Arthur Murphy – Attorney (Quincy, MA)
Brian Murphy – Former Assistant District Attorney (Islandia, NY)
Susan Myers – Senior Corporate Counsel (Pacific Grove, CA)
Charu Narang – Attorney (Rochester , NY)
Irvin Nathan – Former Principal Associate Deputy Attorney General (Washington, D.C.)
Timothy Nelson – Administrative Law Judge (Ret.) National Labor Relations Board (Piedmont, CA)
James Nelson – Montana Supreme Court Justice (Ret.) (Helena, MT)
Gary Nesbitt – Of Counsel (Hollywood, FL)
Bettina Neuefeind – Attorney, Trauma and Learning Policy Initiative of Massachusetts Advocates for Children and Harvard Law School (Cambridge, MA)
Barry Neuman – Former Trial Attorney, US DOJ (Bethesda, MD)
Nancy Newman – Past President of the National Conference of Women’s Bar Associations (San Francisco, CA)
Jacqueline Nichol – Attorney (Alexandria, VA)
Cheryl Niro – Past President, Illinois State Bar Association; Former Partner, Quinlan & Carroll, Ltd. (Chicago, IL)
William Niro – Attorney (Chicago, IL)
Christopher Niro – N/A (Chicago, IL)
Miriam Nisbet – Founding Director, Office of Government Information Services, National Archives (Washington, D.C.)
William A. Nitze – Chairman, Oceana Energy Company; former Assistant Administrator for International Activities, U.S. EPA (Washington, D.C.)
Leonor Noguez – San Francisco Deputy City Attorney (Tiburon, CA)
Heather Nornes – Senior Counsel (Chicago, IL)
Walter North – Retired Amb. (Orleans, MA)
Scott O’Brien – N/A (Sebastopol , CA)
Kevin O’Neil – Senior Attorney (SEC/M&A), The Kroger Co. (Retired) (Cincinnati , OH)
Steven Obus – Attorney (New York, NY)
Raymond L. Ocampo Jr. – N/A (San Mateo, CA)
Eric Olick – Reitred Senior Civil Rights Attorney for the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (Cambridge , MA)
Matt Olsen – Department of Justice (Kensington, MD)
Edward Opton – University of California, Office of the General Counsel (Berkeley, CA)
William Oshinsky – Attorney (Bethesda, MD)
Maryann OSullivan – Attorney (Berkeley , CA)
Lynn Owens – Litigator (Glenn Dale, MD)
Allyson Owens – Attorney: Civil Litigator (Ellicott City, MD)
Tet Pancoast – Retired Attorney (Lake Oswego , OR)
Ryan Papir – Associate General Counsel, Trammo, Inc. (Scarsdale, NY)
Beth Parker – Parker Law & Mediation (san francisco, CA)
Douglas Parker – Partner in Mudge Rose Guthrie & Alexander (1977-1995); Deputy General Counsel HUD (1974-77 (OJAI, CA)
Corrine Parver – VP, Women Lawyers On Guard Action Network (Potomac, MD)
Marilyn Hall Patel – US District Court for Northern District of California (Ret.) (Oakland, CA)
Madhuri Patel – Attorney (Chicago, IL)
Eva Paterson – Attorney (Oakland , Ca)
Thomas Peisch – Retired partner/founder (Boston, MA)
Geary Pellegrini – Attorney (Branford, CT)
Richard Pena – Attorney; Former president Austin Bar Association (Austin, TX)
Linda Perle – Center for Law and Social Policy (Bethesds, MD)
Danya Perry – Trial Attorney (New York, NY)
Mark Petersen – Partner, Farella Braun + Martel LLP (Sausalito, CA)
Jeanne Peterson – Director of Legal Affairs, MSHDA (Sacramento, CA)
Arthur Peterson – Retired Assistant Attorney General (Juneau, AK)
Louis P. Pfeffer – N/A (Jupiter , FL)
Steven Pflaum – Partner, Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg LLP (Chicago, IL)
Richard Phelps – Attorney/Mediator/Arbitrator (Oakland, CA)
Matthew Pikor, Esq. – Attorney (Chicago, IL)
Lois Pines – Former State Senator (D-MA) (Belmont, MA)
Stan Platke – N/A (Saint Louis, MO)
Brad Plebani – Retired Deputy Director Center for Medicare Advocacy, Inc. (Boston, MA)
Ronnie Podolefsky – Podolefsky Law Office (Lyons, CO)
Rebecca Pontikes – Attorney (Boston, MA)
Lindbergh Porter – Past President Bar Association of San Francisco (San Francisco, CA)
Margaret Porter – Retired SES Office of the General Counsel HHS (Boulder, CO)
Steven Posner – N/A (Evergreen, CO)
Dianne Post – Attorney (Phoenix, AZ)
Brian Purtill – Attorney/Mediator (Santa Rosa, CA)
James Quadra – Partner, Quadra & Coll, LLP (San Francisco, CA)
Michael Quinlan – Retired Attorney (Newtown, Pennsylvania)
Steven Ragland – Partner – Keker, Van Nest & Peters LLP (San Francisco, CA)
Drucilla Ramey – Dean Emerita (San Francisco, CA)
Lloyd Randolph – Assistant Director (retired), Commercial Litigation Branch, Civil Division, U.S. Department of Justice (Alexandria, VA)
Gershon M. (Gary) Ratner – Co-founder, LDAD; Founder & Executive Director, Citizens for Effective Schools; former Associate General Counsel for Litigation, U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development; former Associate Director for Litigation, Greater Boston Legal Services (, )
Peter Reid – Executive Director, Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County (Olympia, WA)
Charles Reiĺly – Former Trial Attorney, U.S. Dept. of Justice, Antitrust Division (Ridgewood, NJ)
Katrin Reimuller – Lawyer (Berkeley , CA)
Alexander Reisman – Attorney (Brisbane, CA)
Roger Rice – N/A (Medford, MA)
Joe Rich – Section Chief, Department of Justice (Washington, D.C.)
Della Richardson – N/A (Brooklyn, NY)
Mark Richardson – Attorney (Wilmington, DE)
Kassie Richbourg – Attorney (Private Practice) (New Orleans, LA)
Alice Richmond – Past President, Massachusetts Bar Association; Past Treasurer, American Bar Association; Past Chair, National Conference of Bar Examiners (Boston, MA)
Lauren Rikleen – President, Rikleen Institute for Strategic Leadership; Former president, Boston Bar Association (Wayland, MA)
Sander A. Rikleen – Partner, Sherin and Lodgen LLP (Boston, MA)
Roland Riopelle – SDNY Assistant US Attorney (New York, NY)
Mary Riordan – Attorney, Mary Riordan, Ltd. (Chicago , IL)
Ira Robbins – Professor of Law, American University Washington College of Law (Bethesda, MD)
Mary Maloney Roberts – Former General Counsel, Judicial Council of California, Administrative Office of the Courts (Oakland, CA)
Michelle Roberts – Counsel, Berliner Corcoran & Rowe (Washington DC, D.C.)
Keith Roberts – N/A (NY, NY)
Clara Roberts – Lawyer (Poway, CA)
Margaret Robinson – N/A (Syracuse, NY)
Estelle Rogers – N/A (Forestville, CA)
Jeffrey T. Rogg – Menominee County Prosecuting Attorney (Menominee , MI)
Joseph Rohr – Solo Practice (Baltimore, MD)
Alan Jay Rom – Rom Law P.C. (Chelmsford, MA)
Thomas Ronzetti – N/A (Miami, FL)
Marcia Rosen – Executive Director, National Housing Law Project (San Francisco, CA)
Morris Rosenberg – N/A (Seattle, WA)
John Rosenfeld – Partner, Elkins Kalt Weintraub Reuben Gartside LLP (Los Angeles, CA)
Anthony Ross – Senior Associate (Los Angeles, CA)
Ezra Rosser – Professor of Law, American University Washington College of Law (Washington, D.C.)
David Rossman – Professor (Newton Hlds, MA)
William Rothbard – Attorney (Los Angeles, CA)
Anne Rowley Roskom – Immigration Attorney (Melrose, MA)
Michael Rubin – Altshuler Berzon LLP (Berkeley, CA)
Joan Ruttenberg – N/A (Newtonville, MA)
Mary Ryan – Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP (Boston, MA)
Houeida Saad – Houeida Saad (McLean, VA)
Ann Sablosky – Attorney (Bethesda, MD)
David G. Sacks – Retired Mass. Probate & Family Court Judge (Holyoke , MA)
Sarah Sacks – Partner at Epstein Sacks PLLC, adjunct professor at Fordham University School of Law (New York, NY)
Susana SaCouto – American University Washington College of Law (Silver Spring, MD)
Lisa Sahli – Attorney (Littleton, CO)
Stephen Saia – Attorney (Pembroke, MA)
Lois Salisbury – Attorney, Public Advocates Inc. (Sausalito, CA)
Stephen Saltzburg – Deputy Assistant Attorney General (Washington, D.C.)
Jill Saluck – Attorney (Westport, CT)
Gary Sampliner – Senior Counsel (retired), U.S, Treasury Department (Rockville, MD)
Andrew Sampson – N/A (Santa Rosa, CA)
Gregory Sampson – Former Attorney (Buffalo, NY)
Diana Santiago – Senior Attorney (Braintree, MA)
Robert Saudek – Managing Partner, Morris, Manning & Martin (Atlanta, GA)
Diane Saunders – N/A (Pembroke, MA)
Diana Savit – Partner (Bethesda, MD)
Mary Ellen Scarborough – Retired Attorney (Sarasota, FL)
Edward Scarvalone – (former) Assistant U.S. Attorney – SDNY (New York, NY)
Victor Schachter – Attorney (Portola Valley, CA)
Jennifer Schaffel – Attorney (Princeton Junction, NJ)
Lois Schiffer – Formerly Assistant Attorney General,Environment and Natural Resources Division, US DOJ (Washington, DC)
Kathy Schillreff – The Rev. Episcopal Priest (Naples, FL)
Andrew Schwartz – Partner (San Francisco, CA)
Steven Schwartz – Shatz, Schwartz and Fentin, PC (Chevy Chase, MD)
Robert Schwartz – JAGC, Army; White and Williams, retired (Bala Cynwyd, PA)
Amitai Schwartz – Law Office of Amitai Schwartz (Emeryville, CA)
Mike Scott – Attorney (Portland, OR)
Stephen Seckler – Seckler Legal Recruiting and Coaching (Newton, MA)
Eric A. Seiff – Former Assistant District Attorney, New York County. former special District Attorney, Bronx Counnty, N.Y. former Chairman of the New York State Commission of Investigation (New York, NY)
Earl N. Selby – N/A (Burlingame, CA)
Joseph M. Sellers – (Washington, D.C.)
Margaret Serrano – Attorney (Milwaukee , WI)
Allen Shabino – (Seattle, WA)
Nancy Shafer – Attorney (Highland Park , IL)
Ann Shalleck – Professor of Law and Carrington Shields Scholar (Takoma Park, MD)
James M. Shannon – Former Massachusetts Attorney General and Former Member of Congress (North Reading, MA)
Steven Shatz – Professor of Law, Emeritus, University of San Francisco (Berkeley, CA)
Marilyn Tebor Shaw – Associate Judicial Administrator, Office of Judicial Administration, Office of the President, Cornell University (former; Associate General Counsel, National Gallery of Art (retired)) (Ithaca, NY)
Peter Sheehan – Executive Attorney Social Justice Law Project (Oakland, CA)
Jeri Shepherd – Attorney at Law (Greeley, CO)
Jeff Sherbakoff – Retired private practice (Santa Barbara, CA)
Sabrina Shroff – Public Defender (New York, NY)
Robin Siefkin – Mediator/Attorney (Moraga, CA)
Richard Signorelli – Attorney; former AUSA, SDNY (New York, NY)
Wayne Silver – Law Office of Wayne A. Silver (Redwood City, CA)
Beth Simon – Law Office of Beth E Simon, PC (Cambridge, MA)
Anita Sinha – Associate Professor of Law (Washington, DC)
Stephanie Skaff – Past President, Bar Association of San Francisco (Alameda, CA)
Peter Smith – Law Office of Peter H. Smith (El Cerrito, CA)
Brenda Smith – Professor (Washington , D.C.)
Abbe Smith – Professor of Law, Georgetown University (Washington , D.C.)
David Smith – Former HHS attorney (Rockville, MD)
Fern M Smith – United States District Judge, Norther District of California (Ret.) (San Francisco , CA)
Bradley Smolkin – Partner, Morrison Mahoney LLP (Retired) (Windsor, CT)
Allen Snyder – N/A (Bethesda, MD)
Janine Solomon – Managing Attorney, Massachusetts Advocates for Children (Boston, MA)
Robert Sonenthal – Sonenthal & Overall P.C. (Washington, D.C.)
Neal Sonnett – Former AUSA and Chief, Criminal Division, S.D. FL (Miami, FL)
Neal Sonnett – AUSA and Chief Criminal Division, S.D. FL (Miami, Florida)
Asya Sorokurs – N/A (Santa Rosa, CA)
Greg Spaulding – Attorney, Partner (Santa Rosa, CA)
John Speicher – Shareholder at Leiswitz Heller PC (Wyomissing, PA)
Grace Speights – Morgan Lewis (Washington, DC)
Amy Spencer – Partner (Concord , NH)
Linda Spiegel – Certified Mediator / Attorney at Law (Beverly Hills, CA)
Emily Spieler – Edwin W. Professor & Dean Emerita, Northeastern University School of Law (Boston, MA)
Nathaniel Spiller – Former Federal Government Attorney (Chevy Chase, MD)
Michael Sporn – Attorney (New York, NY)
David Spratt – Professor of Legal Rhetoric, American University (Fairfax, VA)
Peter Sprung – Former AUSA-SDNY and DOJ trial attorney (Washington, D.C.)
Patrick Spurgin – Law Office of Patrick D. Spurgin (Yakima, WA)
Jody Spurlock – Attorney (Columbus , OH)
Susan Starker – Retired, City of New York (Brooklyn, NY)
Carol Starkey – Former Chief, Economic Crimes Division, MA Attorney General’s Office (Boston, MA)
Gary Starr – Former Law Partner (Bloomfield, CT)
Katherine Staton – Former AUSA SDNY (New York, NY)
Donna Staton – Attorney (Columbia, MD)
David Steelman – Retired Attorney (Manchester, NH)
Marshall Stein – Former A.U.S.A, MA; former Chief Staff Attorney, 1st Cir; former private practitioner; former Mging Attorney, Egleston Office, BLAP (Newton, MA)
Daneil Steinbock – Dean and Professor Emeritus, University of Toledo College of Law (Guilford, CT)
Jeffrey Steinhardt – N/A (Deer Harbor, WA)
Barbara Steinhardt-Carter – N/A (Sacramento, CA)
Michael Stempler – CEO (Washington, D.C.)
Marvib Stender – Former Law Firm Partner (San Francisco, CA)
Tenley Stephenson – N/A (Menlo Park, CA)
Judith Stephenson – Former Assistant District Attorney (Orleans, MA)
Donald Stern – Former US Attorney, District of MA (Boston, MA)
David W. Steuber – Jones Day, Retired Partner (Laguna Beach, CA)
Karen Stevenson – N/A (Berkeley, CA)
Adlai E. Stevenson – Former U.S. Senator (Chicago, IL)
Beth Stickney – Executive Director (Portland, ME)
Robert Stoll – Founding Partner, Stoll Berne (Portland, OR)
Robert Stolzberg – Lawyer (Boston, MA)
Miriam Stombler – Retired – Former Deputy City Attorney, City and County of San Francisco, and Assistant County Counsel, Santa Cruz County (Santa Cruz, CA)
Jamienne Studley – Former Deputy Undersecretary & Acting General Counsel, US Dept of Education (Sebastopol CA, CA)
Peter Sturges – Vice-Chairman, Common Cause Massachusetts (Cambridge, MA)
Daniel Sullivan – Attorney (Boynton Beach, FL)
Stephen H. Sulmeyer – JAMS (San Francisco, CA)
Holly Sutton – Law Firm Partner (San Francisco, CA)
Steven Taylor – Partner (San Francisco, CA)
Daniel Taylor – Former Governor Legal Counsel; Former Partner DLA Piper (Boston, MA)
James D. Taylor – Attorney & Counselor at Law (Mitchell, SD)
D. John Theodorakis – Principal, Perspectives Legal (Rancho Santa Margarita , CA)
Shawn Thompson – N/A (Denver, CO)
Denise Tomasic – Attorney (Kansas City, KS)
Todd Torr – N/A (Xenia, OH)
Sherrie Travis – Sherrie Travis & Associates LLC (Chicago, IL)
Michael Traynor – N/A (Berkeley, CA)
S. Jenell Trigg – Member (Washington, D.C)
John True – Retired Alameda County Superior Court (Berkeley, CA)
Marna Tucker – Former President, DC Bar (Washington, D.C.)
Vicki Tucker – N/A (North Chesterfield, VA)
William Tucker – Member, Tucker Law Firm, PLC (Charlottesville , VA)
William Turner – N/A (Berkeley, CA)
Jayne Tyrrell – Attorney (Boston, MA)
Nicholas Tziavaras – Former Cook County Assistant States Attorney Current Public Defender in California (Lincoln, CA)
Lynne Urman – Former Staff Attorney for California AOC (Ret.) (Sacramento, CA)
Richard Van Duzer – Partner, Farella Braun + Martel LLP (San Francisco, CA)
Robert Van Nest – Partner: Keker, Van Nest & Peters (San Francisco, CA)
Aleeta Van Runkle – Attorney (San Francisco, CA)
Thomas Vanaskie – Retired Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit (Dunmore, PA)
Diane Hill Vann – Attorney (Hyattsville, MD)
Joseph Velasquez – Attorney and Counselor at Law (La Jolla, cA)
Steven Vettel – N/A (San Francisco, CA)
Ira Waldman – Partner (Los Angeles, CA)
John Waldo – Law Office of John F. Waldo (Houston, TX)
Michael Waldren – Attorney at Law (Long Beach, CA)
Sondra Stigen Wallace – Associate General Counsel for Legislation, US Department of Health and Human Services (retired) (South Thomaston, ME)
Susan Wallace – LTC(R), JA, USA (Brooklyn, NY)
Les Wallerstein – N/A (Lexington, MA)
Carolyn Walsh – Former Assistant Attorney General (Winchester, MA)
Tracy Walts – N/A (Peabody, MA)
Times Wang – Owner of North River Law PLLC (Norfolk, VA)
John Ward – Attorney (Roslindale, MA)
Ronald Wargo – Partner (Santa Rosa, CA)
Rhonda Wasserman – Professor of Law, University of Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, PA)
Rebecca Webb – Former Assistant Attorney General (Belmont, MA)
Kandance Weems – N/A (Durham, NC)
Doron Weinberg – N/A (San Francisco, CA)
Barron Weinstein – Law Partner (Larkspur, CA)
Harold Weisbaum – N/A (Baltimore, MD)
Lynn Weissberg – N/A (Newton, MA)
Lisa Weissler – Alaska Assistant Attorney General, Retired (Juneau, AK)
Dana Welch – Attorney (Berkeley, CA)
Peter Wells – Retired City Attorney (Pendleton, OR)
H. Thomas Wells, Jr. – Former President, American Bar Association (Birmingham, AL)
Michelle Welsh – Monterey College of Law (Pacific Grove, CA)
Matthew Werdegar – Keker, Van Nest & Peters LLP (San Francisco, CA)
Kathryn Werdegar – Associate Justice of the California Supreme Court (Ret.) (Ross , CA)
Abigail Westbrook – N/A (Renton, WA)
Randall Wheeler – Public Defender (Versailles, KY)
William White – Partner – Shute, Mihaly & Weinberger LLP (San Francisco, CA)
Barry White – Ambassador (Newton, MA)
Sharon Goddard White – White White & Van Etten PC (Boston, MA)
Kami White – Attorney (portland, OR)
Mary Allen Wilkes – Assistant District Attorney, Middlesex County (Cambridge, MA)
Sherwood Willard – N/A (Bloomfield, CT)
Sabin Willett – Practicing Attorney (Boston, MA)
Stanley A. Winikoff – Retired Attorney (Pittsburgh, PA)
Chester Winkowski – Former Assistant District Counsel, US Department of Justice, Immigration & Naturalization Service, New York, NY; Private Practice – Haverhill, Massachusetts (Haverhill, MA)
Stephen Wizner – Clinical Professor of Law Emeritus, Yale Law School (new haven, CT)
Barry Wolf – N/A (Los Angeles, CA)
Bruce Wolff – Retired Partner, Manatt Phelps & Phillips (Washington, DC)
Beth Woodland-Hargrove – N/A (Baltimore, MD)
Grant Woods – Former Arizona Attorney General (Phoenix , AZ)
Lucien Wulsin – Retired founder, Insure the Uninsured Project (Los Angeles , CA)
Douglas Young – Past President, Bar Association of San Francisco (San Francisco, MA)
Ann Marshall Young – Retired Administrative Judge (Cottage City, MD)
Helen Zajic – Attorney at Law (Santa Barbara, CA)
Yochanan Zakai – Attorney (Seattle, WA)
Cheryl Zalenski – N/A (Chicago, IL)
Peter Zeidenberg – Former Deputy Special Counsel & Trial Attorney (Bethesda, MD)
Joel Zeldin – Partner (Berkeley , CA)
Andrew Ziaja – Of Counsel, Leonard Carder LLP (Washington, D.C.)
Mitchell Zimmerman – Of counsel (retired) Fenwick & West LLP (Palo Alto, CA)
Antonio Zuniga – Lawyer (Tempe, AZ)

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