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SAN FRANCISCO Charlotte Ito, of counsel at Steefel, Levitt & Weiss, has been appointed to the State Bar of California’s Trust and Estates Section Executive Committee. She will also serve as the committee’s liaison to the International Law Section Executive Committee. She is a 1983 graduate of Hastings College of the Law. Dirk Mueller has joined Thelen Reid & Priest as a partner in the real estate department. Mueller, who comes to the firm from Stoel Rives, received his J.D. from Boalt Hall School of Law in 1993. StoneTurn Group has added Alan Ratliff as a partner. Formerly a managing director at Huron Consulting Group, Ratliff will specialize in intellectual property and complex business litigation matters. He graduated from Southern Methodist University School of Law in 1990. Golden Gate University law professor Susan Rutberg received the school’s annual Community Service Award. She was recognized for her legal contributions to the Bay Area community, including her work as director of the Northern California Innocence Project. David Sykes has joined Chapman and Cutler as an associate. Sykes, who was in the firm’s 2004 summer associate program, graduated this year from Georgetown University Law Center. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Amanda Nye has joined Greenberg Traurig’s intellectual property practice as of counsel in the Los Angeles office. Nye, who comes to the firm from the Atlanta office of King & Spalding, is a 1981 graduate of Shepard Broad Law Center at Nova Southeastern University. Luce, Forward, Hamilton & Scripps has added first-year associates Juan Castaneda, Joy Cheng-I Chang, Jennifer Chong, Joshua Heinlein, Kurt Oreshack, Gina Song and Hillery Stones to its San Diego office. Castaneda and Oreshack are both graduates of University of Notre Dame School of Law, while Chang and Song graduated from Hastings College of the Law. Chong graduated from Harvard Law School, Heinlein from Georgetown University Law Center, and Stones from University of San Diego School of Law.

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