Wednesday, April 3, 2002
St. George to Face Ipsen, Katz Will Square Off Against Marcus for State Bar Seat
By a MetNews Staff Writer
Four candidates will vie for two Los Angeles County seats on the State Bar Board of Governors, State Bar officials confirmed yesterday.
Filing for the elections, which begin later this month, closed at 5 p.m. with Los Angeles Deputy City Attorney Matthew St. George and Deputy District Attorney Steven J. Ipsen seeking one of the seats, and Century City lawyers Michelle Katz and David Morris Marcus running for the other.
St. George and Katz have said they are running as a team. Both have been endorsed by the Breakfast Club, a group of Los Angeles lawyers who have selected Board of Governors candidates, campaigned for them and, until last year, won.
Los Angeles County constitutes the State Barís District Seven.
In District Four in San Francisco, five candidates are running: Laura Goldin of Rothschild & Goldin, Marie F. Hogan of NextCard Inc., Roderick Anthony McLeod of Brobeck, Phleger and Harrison, Robert H. Perez of San Francisco Child Support Services and San Rafael lawyer Matthew N. White.
In District Six, only Riverside lawyer James Otto Heiting of Heiting & Irwin is running.
In District Eight, in Orange County, Santa Ana lawyer Richard Lyle Dombrow, Orange lawyer Grace Edith Emery, Fullerton lawyer Jack P. Holmes, Newport Beach lawyer Richard W. Millar, Jr., and Irvine lawyer Joel Scott Miliband are running.
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