Jonathan Shanberge, Business/Technology, Duke University School of Law (1994).


In San Francisco: Margo Bradish, Real Estate, Boalt Hall School of Law (1993).

Janet Brody, Complex Litigation, Georgetown University Law Center (1987).

Carol Freeman, Labor, University of San Francisco (1993).

William Harvey, Commerce/Finance, University of Minnesota Law School (1982).

Howard Holderness, Complex Litigation, University of Virginia School of Law (1993).


Scott Karchmer, Business/Tech, Boston College Law School (1994).

James Kramer, Securities Litigation, University of Texas School of Law (1991).

James Lico, Securities, Stanford Law School (1993).

Gary Shapiro, Business/Technology, Hastings College of the Law (1981).

In Irvine: John Baker, Complex Litigation, University of Minnesota’s Law School (1989).

Ethan Feffer, Business/Technology, College of the Law, (1992).

Scott Santagata, Business/Technology, Boalt Hall School of Law (1992).

In New York: Daryn Grossman, Business, Brooklyn Law School (1993).

Scott Kaufman, Business/Technology, Duke University School of Law (1990).

William Myers, Business/Technology, New York University School of Law (1992).

In Boulder: Celia Rankin, Business/Technology, Harvard Law School (1986).

Melinda Riechert, Labor/Employment, Stanford Law School (1975).

In Austin: Edward Molter, Business/Technology, University of Texas School of Law (1986).

Austin Tighe, Complex Litigation, University of Houston Law Center (1991).

WILSON SONSINI GOODRICH & ROSATI

Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati named a partnership class of 14 for 2001.

The partners’ elevations swell their ranks to 151. Promotions were effective Feb. 1, at the beginning of the 800-lawyer Palo Alto firm’s fiscal year.

The class of 2000 is about half the record 23 associates who were elected partner in 1999. But rapid and steady growth at the firm among the lower ranks could bring larger classes in years to come.

“We have never had any artificial numbers or quotas as to the size of the partnership class. We evaluate each on their merits, but we see strong candidates coming up,” said Donna Petkanics, the firm’s managing partner of operations.

The new partners are:

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