The Barristers Club, the Bar Association of San Francisco’s (BASF) new attorney division, recently announced the officers for its 2020 Board of Directors. In addition, the Nominating Committee of the Barristers Board of Directors is pleased to announce that five Barristers Club members have been selected to fill seats on the Barristers Board that will become vacant on January 1, 2020 due to expiring terms.
The 2020 board officers are:
Kelly Matayoshi, Farella Braun + Martel, President
Jessica Ryland, Lyft, President-elect
Anjali Kulkarni, Duane Morris, Treasurer
Lindsey Mignago, Smith Shapourian Mignano, Secretary
Slated to join the board of directors in 2020 are:
Courtney Brown, Law Offices of Mary Catherine Wiederhold
Rebecca Furman, Lewis & Llewellyn
Michael Keough, Steptoe & Johnson
The new officers and directors will start their terms January 1, 2020. They will be installed at BASF’s Annual Membership Luncheon on December 17, 2019, to be held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel.
The new directors will join the following continuing members of the Barristers Club board:
Sydney Allen, Long & Levit; Ernest Hammond, Uber; Nadim Hegazi, Collins Collins Muir + Stewart; Catherine Ngo, Anchorage; Phong-Chau Nguyen, Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein; Cristina Piechocki; Matthew Valdez, San Francisco Giants; Jamie Wells, McGuireWoods
Outgoing board members are:
John Hamasaki, Hamasaki Law; Sean McHenry, McHenry Law; Pierre Zado, Zado Law
The Barristers Club is a vibrant group of attorneys, all within their first ten years of practice. Barristers Club members are active and visible across the BASF membership performing community service projects, volunteering to offer pro bono legal assistance, socializing and networking with peers to build their professional networks, and delivering innovative programming designed to help new attorneys develop their skills.
To learn how you can become involved in the Barristers Club, email email@example.com.
The Bar Association of San Francisco (BASF) is a nonprofit voluntary membership organization of attorneys, law students, and legal professionals in the San Francisco Bay Area. Founded in 1872, BASF enjoys the support of more than 7,500 individuals, law firms, corporate legal departments, and law schools. Through its board of directors, its committees, task forces and its community efforts, BASF has worked actively to promote and achieve equal justice for all and oppose discrimination in all its forms, including, but not limited to, discrimination based on race, sex, disability, and sexual orientation. BASF provides a collective voice for public advocacy, advances professional growth and education, and attempts to elevate the standards of integrity, honor, and respect in the practice of law.