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In law, as in the business world, the Internet has introduced a world of uncertainty. Internet law is being made by the day. With little case law yet on the books, lawyers can make only educated guesses about how the courts will sort out thorny Web-related issues. But Internet law also presents an opportunity. For young lawyers, it’s an equalizer. There are no partners out there who already have 25 years’ experience in the area. As freelance writer Don Frances observes, Howard, Rice’s Sue Krenek and Gordon & Rees’ Andrew Castricone already seem to have capitalized — they are two technology lawyers whose work on Internet-related issues have helped propel them to their firms’ partnerships. Meanwhile, Altman Weil principal James D. Cotterman lists 12 priorities for new partners, while Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw’s David M. Gossett offers personal reflections on his own transition from worker at to co-owner of one of the world’s largest law firms. In addition to this news and analysis, we are presenting a list of every new partner at 19 major California-based firms and three out-of-town firms that have a sizable presence in California. We’ve also put together a chart tracking the size of overall partner classes at those firms over the last five years. We hope you will enjoy this special report, and we extend our congratulations to each new partner at every California law firm. Please e-mail any feedback you have about this report to [email protected] Sincerely, Scott Graham Editor in Chief

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