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Barristers Club Announce New Board Member

August 4, 2008 -- San Francisco
-- The Barristers Club of The Bar Association of San Francisco recently announced that Kaelyn Romey, an attorney with the U.S. Department of Treasury, will replace Leah Castella, an attorney at McDonough Holland & Allen PC, as board member on the Barristers Club's Board of Directors.

Romey will finish out Castella's term,  which ends at the end of 2008.

The Barristers Club Board of Directors determine the Club's mission; set policy and procedures to fulfill the Club's mission and support the membership in fulfilling the Club's mission. More information can be found at www.sfbar.org/barristers.

 


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