California state bar presidential candidates hope for a quiet year

By Diane Curtis, Staff Writer, California Bar Journal A renewed focus on discipline, regrouping after turbulent times, diversity, technology and better relations with staff and each other are just a few of the issues being raised by the four candidates for 2011-2012 president of the State Bar. Third-year members James Aguirre of Los Angeles, Angela Davis of Los Angeles, Jon Streeter of San Francisco and Michael Tenenbaum of Thousand Oaks are seeking to succeed Bill Hebert of San Francisco as president of the 232,000-member bar. The election of the 87th president will be held July 22. [More: ]

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California state bar presidential candidates hope for a quiet year

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