He broke up the room in his opening speech with a joke involving his wife and cracked them up again in his closing speech with a joke about his fellow candidates.

But in between San Francisco lawyer William Hebert provided enough substance on pertinent issues to win the California State Bar presidency on Saturday. He will become the 86th president when he’s sworn in on Sept. 25 in Monterey during the State Bar’s annual meeting.

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