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Cooley Godward Farella Braun & Martel Heller Ehrman White & Mcauliffe Hoge, Fenton, Jones & Appel Howard, Rice, Nemerovski, Canady, Falk & Rabkin Littler Mendelson Morrison & Foerster Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe Pillsbury Winthrop Thelen Reid & Priest Townsend and Townsend and Crew Wendel, Rosen, Black & Dean Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati COOLEY GODWARD Cooley Godward elevated 10 lawyers to partner, two more than last year. The firm’s new partners are divided evenly between the business and litigation groups. In San Francisco: Patrick Gunn, litigation, Boston University School of Law (1994). In Palo Alto: Carolyn Craig, business, Santa Clara University School of Law (1995). John Geschke, business, Stanford Law School (1995). Neal Stephens, litigation, Harvard Law School (1990). In San Diego: Jane Adams, business, Harvard Law School (1995) Steven Przesmicki, business, University of Wisconsin Law School (1995). Philip Tencer, litigation, Boalt Hall School of Law (1994). Kent Walker, litigation, Loyola Law School (1994). In Reston, Va: Allan Soobert, litigation, Franklin Pierce Law Center (1993). Mark Spoto, business, Georgetown University Law Center (1995). FARELLA BRAUN & MARTEL Farella Braun & Martel elevated six attorneys to its partnership this year. Since elevating no attorneys in 2000, the firm has elevated five or six attorneys each year since. With the new additions, Farella now has 59 partners. In San Francisco: B. Scott Douglass, construction litigation, University of San Francisco School of Law (1993). Sandra Kearney, environmental litigation, University of San Francisco School of Law (1991). Thomas Mayhew, complex litigation, Boalt Hall School of Law (1995). Richard Rabbitt, real estate, Stanford Law School (1993). Stephanie Skaff, IP litigation, Boalt Hall School of Law (1995). Derrick Watson, environmental, Harvard Law School (1991). HELLER EHRMAN WHITE & MCAULIFFE Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe promoted eight attorneys to partner this year, with four in California. Three of the firm’s new partners are located in the San Francisco headquarters. This year’s class is one attorney larger than last year’s, but still well short of the 14 new partners that the firm made two years ago. In San Francisco: Thomas Brown, antitrust, University of Chicago Law School (1995). Nicole Ryan, securities litigation, Boalt Hall School of Law (1994). Christopher Stoll, product liability and insurance coverage, IP litigation, Harvard Law School (1994). In Los Angeles: Reynold Siemens, product liability and insurance coverage, Harvard Law School (1995). In Seattle: Michael Gamsky, corporate, University of Wisconsin Law School (1982). Todd Glass, energy, Northwestern School of Law of Lewis and Clark College (1994). In New York: Holly Kulka, securities litigation, University of Chicago Law School (1991). In Washington, D.C.: Paul Booth, life sciences and patents and trademarks, Georgetown University Law Center (1996). HOGE, FENTON, JONES & APPEL Hoge, Fenton, Jones & Appel elevated one fewer attorney to its partnership ranks this year. Keeping in line with this year’s trend in partnership classes, the firm promoted one litigator and one corporate attorney. The firm had elevated four attorneys in 2000. In Pleasanton: Steve Sherman, litigation, University of the Pacific’s McGeorge School of Law (1988). Barry Toby, corporate, Southwestern University School of Law (1977). HOWARD, RICE, NEMEROVSKI, CANADY, FALK & RABKIN Howard, Rice, Nemerovski, Canady, Falk & Rabkin cut in half the number of partners it made this year. Last year the firm elevated four; this year, two. Howard, Rice currently has 58 partners firmwide. In San Francisco: Shelli Ching, corporate, Harvard Law School (1995). Mark Sheft, commercial litigation, Harvard Law School (1995). LITTLER MENDELSON Employment and labor firm Littler Mendelson led the pack this year with 15 partner elevations. The firm did not elevate anyone in its San Francisco headquarters, instead spreading the new partners throughout offices around the country. The firm elevated three attorneys in its Southern California offices. In Los Angeles: Martha Keon, employment, University of Pennsylvania Law School (1993). Ferman Llaguno, employment litigation, University of Southern California Law School (1996). In San Diego: David Dow, employment litigation, Hastings College of the Law (1995). In Las Vegas: Veronica Hall, employment litigation, Boalt Hall School of Law (1993). In Houston: Tara Hittelman, employment defense, University of Texas School of Law (1995). James Spalding, employment defense, Baylor Law School (1992). In Dallas: Ellen Perlioni, employment defense, Southern Methodist University (1995). Melissa Hensley, employment defense, University of San Deigo School of Law (1994). In Atlanta: Thomas Calender, employment litigation, Vanderbilt University School of Law (1995). L. Stanford Sherrill Jr., employment litigation, University of North Carolina School of Law (1995). Eric Smith, employment litigation, University of Tennessee College of Law (1995). In Chicago: Stefanie Kohen, employment defense, John Marshall Law School (1994). Garrison Phillips, employment defense, University of Illinois College of Law (1996). In Washington D.C.: Nancy Delogu, employment defense, College of William & Mary’s Marshall-Wythe School of Law (1994). In Newark, N.J.: Joanne Maxwell, employment, Seton Hall University Law School (1987). MORRISON & FOERSTER Morrison & Foerster cut its partner class by 50 percent this year, the second straight year its class has significantly declined. The firm named two new partners in its San Francisco office after naming three in 2002. In Palo Alto, the firm elevated one partner after elevating three last year. In San Francisco: Lawrence Katzin, civil litigation, University of Chicago Law School (1989). Michael Ward, IP, Golden Gate University School of Law (1996). In Palo Alto: Eric Tate, labor and employment, Boalt Hall School of Law (1995). In Los Angeles: Russell Weiss, technology transactions, Loyola Law School (1994). Martin Noonen, IP litigation, University of Denver College of Law (1993). In San Diego: Michael Vella, IP litigation, Boalt Hall School of Law (1990). In Denver: Neil Pomerantz, tax, Harvard Law School (1994). In Washington, D.C.: Oliver Ireland, financial services, University of Texas School of Law (1974). In Tokyo: Steven Haines, civil litigation, UCLA School of Law (1993). ORRICK, HERRINGTON & SUTCLIFFE Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe elevated 13 new partners this year, the same as in 2002. Four are in the Bay Area; the firm elevated five in the Bay Area last year. In San Francisco: Brett Cooper, corporate, Boalt Hall School of Law (1995). Todd Padnos, bankruptcy and litigation, Loyola University Chicago School of Law (1992). In Menlo Park: Michael Frank, compensation and benefits, University of Michigan Law School (1995). Kai Tseng, IP, Vanderbilt University School of Law (1994). In Sacramento: James Houpt, litigation, Harvard Law School (1992). In Los Angeles: Martin Howard, structured finance, Loyola Law School (1986). William Molinski, litigation, University of Southern California Law School (1989). In Washington, D.C.: Mark Riccardi, structured finance, Georgetown University Law Center (1994). In New York: Siobhan Handley, litigation, New York University Law School of Law (1994). Thomas Kent, private finance, South Texas College of Law (1989). Gaelyn Sharp, structured finance, Stanford Law School (1995). Lisa Simpson, litigation, Duke University School of Law (1994). In Tokyo: Yoichi Katayama, international finance, Fordham University School of Law (1992). PILLSBURY WINTHROP Pillsbury Winthrop elevated 10 attorneys to its partnership this year, the same number as last year. Six of this year’s new class practice in the firm’s California offices, three of those in the Bay Area. The firm elevated 18 two years ago. In San Francisco: Henry Noyes, commercial litigation, Indiana University School of Law (1994). Kerne Matsubara, tax, Boalt Hall School of Law (1995). In Palo Alto: Bradley Kohn, corporate, University of Michigan Law School (1994). In Los Angeles: Ian Barrett, IP, School of Law at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1991). Sheri Eisner, litigation, University of Southern California Law School (1992). In San Diego: David Logan, litigation, UCLA School of Law (1991). In New York: Eric Fishman, litigation, University of Virginia School of Law (1992). In Northern Virginia: Blair Jacobs, IP, University of Richmond School of Law (1990). Henry Daley, IP, Northeastern University School of Law (1996). In Washington, D.C.: Cecil Chung, antitrust, Cornell Law School (1988). THELEN REID & PRIEST Thelen Reid & Priest elevated seven attorneys to partner this year, one fewer than last year. Of the seven, four partners were made in the firm’s San Francisco office. In San Francisco: Christopher Baker, labor and employment, University of Cincinnati College of Law (1994). James Cowan, business and finance, Hastings College of the Law (1992). Stephen Holman, finance, Washington and Lee University School of Law (1994). Becky Troutman, business and finance, George Washington University Law School (1993). In Los Angeles: Charles Gossage, construction, Pepperdine University School of Law (1993). In New York: Walter Godlewski III, business and finance, Washington and Lee University School of Law (1993). Kimberly Reisler, business and finance, University of Virginia School of Law (1992). TOWNSEND AND TOWNSEND AND CREW Townsend and Townsend and Crew elevated its largest partner class in firm history in 2003. Of the firm’s eight new partners, six are in the Bay Area: four in its San Francisco office and one each in Palo Alto and Walnut Creek. In San Francisco: Robert McFarlane, litigation, Hastings College of the Law (1994). Iris Mitrakos, litigation, University of Florida College of Law (1990). Horace Ng, IP, Brooklyn Law School (1993). Robert Scott Wales, litigation, George Washington University Law School (1995). In Palo Alto: Chun- Pok “Roger” Leung, IP, Boalt Hall School of Law (1995). In Walnut Creek: Joseph Snyder, chemical and biotechnology, University of San Francisco School of Law (1995). In Denver: Chad Hilyard, IP, Arizona State University College of Law (1995). William Vobach, IP, University of Denver College of Law (1994). WENDEL, ROSEN, BLACK & DEAN Oakland’s Wendel, Rosen, Black & Dean elevated one attorney this year after making no partners last year. In Oakland: Pamela Mintzer, real estate litigation, Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark School of Law (1994). WILSON SONSINI GOODRICH & ROSATI Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati elevated 13 associates to partner this year, a significant increase from last year’s five. Ten of the firm’s new partners work in Palo Alto, and there is one each in New York, Reston, Va., and San Francisco. In San Francisco: Michael Ringler, corporate, Georgetown University Law Center (1995). In Palo Alto: Bret DiMarco, corporate, University of Southern California Law School (1993). Ian Edvalson, technology, University of Chicago Law School (1995). Eric Finseth, corporate, Columbia Law School (1994). Kathleen Huryn- Rothman, corporate, Case Western Reserve University School of Law (1994). Raju Judge, corporate, Whittier College School of Law (1993). Adit Khorana, technology, Stanford Law School (1994). Stacy Margolies, IP, Boston University School of Law (1994). Jennifer Ochs, IP, Boalt Hall School of the Law (1994). John Stigi III, litigation, University of Virginia School of Law (1987). Michelle Whipkey, corporate, Stanford Law School (1994). In New York: Len Jacoby, technology, Harvard Law School (1994). In Reston, Va.: Lyle Roberts, litigation, University of Chicago Law School (1996).

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