A Call to America’s Lawyers

Our system of government is crumbling. As citizens and as lawyers, we have a choice: hunker down and hope to ride out the storm, or take action and fight for our democracy. We choose to fight.

For three years, President Trump has demonstrated a complete disregard for the Constitution and rule of law. The majority faction of the U.S. Senate has abandoned its oversight role and abdicated its authority to the President. The President and his appointees are using government agencies to benefit the President personally, politically and financially. The Department of Justice, which must be an independent enforcer of the law, is being corrupted by the President and his Attorney General. In the rush to fill federal judgeships, judicial nominees who are demonstrably unqualified are being rammed through Senate confirmation. And the media are under constant attack from the President and others in power.

That leaves us, we the people. As lawyers, we have a particular obligation to protect and defend the Constitution, the rule of law, and our governmental institutions. We must step up according to our own abilities and inclinations – any action, large or small, contributes to the greater cause. What is most important is to do something (suggested actions below).


Stand Up and Be Counted

Though we may take actions separately, there is power in numbers. You can help us show the nation and the world that America’s lawyers are taking a stand for democracy by signing the statement below. And please share this Call to Action with your colleagues.

I stand for America’s democracy and will take what actions I can to protect and defend the Constitution, the rule of law, and our system of government.

Immediate Action Item

In solidarity with the New York City Bar Association, call for Congress and the Department of Justice Office of the Inspector General to begin immediate investigations into the President’s public comments critical of the prosecution of his associates; and the Department of Justice’s contradiction of the prosecutors’ sentencing recommendations in the Roger Stone case that appears to have been made on behalf of the President for his personal benefit.

Resources and Useful Links
Mailing Address:
U.S. Department of Justice
Office of the Inspector General
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20530-0001
Contact the Washington D.C. Field Office Online >>

Find and Contact Your Representative >>
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Other Suggested Actions

Support candidates who are committed to protecting and defending the Constitution, restoring a healthy system of checks and balances, and who respect the rule of law.

Volunteer for or donate to campaigns whether at the local, state or national level.

Educate others about the threat to our way of life and encourage them to vote.

Volunteer with or donate to groups dedicated to protecting the right to vote and promoting democracy such as Lawyers for Good Government.

Call on the American Bar Association leadership to take a strong and decisive stand against the President’s assault on the rule of law and his corruption of our justice system.

Speak out yourself and urge your local bar association to call for Attorney General Barr to fulfill his ethical and legal obligations as the nation’s top law enforcement officer to maintain an independent Justice Department free of political interference; and that his duty is to serve the nation as a whole, not the President as an individual.

Write opinion pieces for your state or local newspaper and educate your friends and neighbors about the President and his enablers’ efforts to undermine our system of government, their disregard for equal enforcement of the law, and their attempts to bully into silence public servants who are dedicated to serving the public interest and not their ignoble acts.

Support those in Congress who are striving to hold the President accountable for his actions that violate the Constitution and the law; and remind the others that their loyalty belongs to the people, not one man.

Write or call your Senators to ask that they stop the rush on judicial confirmations and call for the nomination of qualified judges who will bring a fair and balanced view to the judiciary.

Support local and national media outlets.

Run for office.

Attend rallies that support public interest causes.

Offer free legal services or donate to organizations serving threatened or underserved populations such as immigrants and those in need.

Every time we turn our heads the other way when we see the law flouted, when we tolerate what we know to be wrong, when we close our eyes and ears to the corrupt because we are too busy or too frightened, when we fail to speak up and speak out, we strike a blow against freedom, decency and justice. ~ Robert F. Kennedy

Lawyers – If not us, who? If not now, when?

Signed:

Richard Abel – Connell Distinguished Professor of Law and Distinguished Research Professor, UCLA
Sunil Aggarwal – Cji
Marcia Alessi – Attorney
Steve Alexander – Former law clerk and acting District Court judge, Third Judicial District, Alaska.
Randy Aliment – Past Chair (2011-2012) ABA Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section
Stephen Alloy – Lawyer
Lori Alper – Founder, Groovy Green Living
Dan Alterman – Partner in civil rights firm
Michael Altman – Attorney; former Professor of Law
Robert Amsel – Attorney
Nancy Anderson – N/A
Luke Aneke – Aneke Law Firm, PC
Don Anton – Professor of International Law, Griffith University; Honorary Professor of Law, The Australian National University
Sandra Ashton – Office of the Solicitor, United States Department of the Interior
Mary Atkins – Flury & Atkins, LLC
Roy Austin – Partner
Kurt Autor – Attorney
Harold Balcom – Former Harriman City Attorney and Private Practitioner. Current Assistant Public Defender, Ninth Judicial District, Tennessee
Dennis Baldwin – Former VP/Member of NYSBA Executive Committee
Fielding Ballard – Commonwealth’s Attorney
Erica Baltodano – Constitutional Law Faculty, San Luis Obispo College of Law
Stuart Baron – Active practitioner
Charles Baron – Emeritus Professor Boston College Law School; Westport Point, MA
Michelle Barrett – Former deputy prosecuting attorney in Johnson, Shelby and Rush Counties, Indiana
Jerome Barron – Harold H. Greene Professor of Law Emeritus George Washington University Law School
Robert Barth – N/A
Elizabeth Bartholet – Prof of Law, Harvard University
Mark Baseman – Partner, Cohen & Grigsby, PC
Pam Baumgartner – Attorney
Lynn Bechtol – Attorney at Law
Lin Beck – attorney
Brandi Bennett – Brandi M. Bennett, Esq., CIPP/US, VP Data Privacy
James Bergenn – Partner, Shipman & Goodwin LLP; Adjunct Prof UConn Law School
Lucian Bernard – Partner
Marilyn Bernhardt – Esq.
Peter Bernhardt – Former Assistant United States Attorney
Jules Bernstein – Bernstein & Lipsett
Daniel Bestor – Senior Counsel
Jeff Blattner – Former Chief Counsel, Senator Edward Kennedy Judiciary Committee Staff, former Deputy Assistant Attorney General, U.S. Department of Justice, Antitrust Division
Melissa Blevins – N/A
Cheryl Bloomberg – Private practice
Andrew Blumberg – Associate
Linda Bochert – Assistant Attorney General
Kristi Bodin – Former Assistant Attorney General
Carolyn Bogar – Former public defender
Thomas Borowski – N/A
Kirsten Bowman – Lawyer
Israela Brill-Cass – Ombud, Wesleyan University; Faculty, Emerson College; and CFO/Founder, Fixerrr (all current)
Charles Brocato – Law Offices of Charles J Brocato
Mark Brodin – Professor, Boston College Law School
Fiona Brophy – Partner, Perkins Coie
Melinda Brown – Former Vice President and General Counsel, The Draper Laboratory
Sultan Bruce – Past President of the Santa Monica Bar Association
Cynthia Buness – Motorola Senior Attorney
Jeffrey Burg – Owner
Marlin Burke – Former Solo Practice and Administrative Law Judge Colorado
Brian Burns – NYS Court Attorney
Lowell Burton – Attorney
Walter Bussart – Judge
Andrea Cabral – Former Assistant District Attorney, State Assistant Attorney General, Suffolk County Sheriff and Executive Secretary of Public Safety
Margaret Cammer – Former Acting Supreme Court Justice, New York State
Roy Campbell – Partner, Bradley
Patricia Cantor – Attorney
William Carroll – U. S Department of Defense, including General Counsel, President Reagan’s Strategic Defense Initiative Organization (SDIO)
Harold Carroll – Attorney at Law
Nick Carter – Partner, Todd & Weld LLP, candidate for Governor’s Council (2018)
Cathleen Cavell – Legal Counsel, MA Department of Elementary & Secondary Education
Dave Cavell – Candidate for Congress, MA-04, former Assistant Attorney General, Massachusetts
Kathy Cerminara – Former associate at Reed Smith Shaw & McClay, Pittsburgh. Current law professor, Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law
Alan Chaset – Law Offices of Alan J. Chaset; Federal Judicial Center; U.S. Sentencing Comm’n; U.S. Parole Comm’n (DOJ); JAGC – U.S. Army
Manbir Chowdhary – Chowdhary Law, APC
Fritz Clapp – Attorney
David Clark – Retired Partner, Bradley Arant
Ben Clements – Clements & Pineault, LLP; former Assistant US Attorney; former Chief Legal Counsel to Governor of Massachusetts
Brian Clemow – Counsel
Joan Clover – Attorney-Mediator
Nadine Cohen – Attorneys
Kevin Coleman – Criminal Defense Attorney
Macon Cowles – Former Boulder CityCouncilman
Sarah Cox – N/A
Barbara Craver – Retired Alaska Legislative Legal Services Attorney, City and Borough of Juneau, Alaska Assistant Attorney
Elizabeth Crimmins – Senior Attorney
Mary Crossley – Professor of Law and former Dean
Richard Cuellar – Trial Attorney/Special Assistant US Attorney, US DOJ
Maurice Cunningham – Former Assistant Attorney General
Stanley Cygelman – Casner & Edwards.com
Brendan Daly – Attorney
Claudia Damon – Shareholder, Of Counsel, now retired
Douglas Davis – Private Attorney
T. J. Davis – Law Offices of Thomas J. Davis
Amy Davis – Former Deputy General Counsel MA Department of Transitional Assistance
Gill Deford – Retired public interest attorney
Robert Dell – Retired Attorney
Ventura Dennis – Staff Attorney
Betty Dew, Esq. – Attorney
Gerald Dickinson – Law Professor, University of Pittsburgh School of Law
Sara Dillon – Professor of Law
Susan Dixon – Attorney
Steven Dodge – Deputy Public Advocate
Mara Dolan – Attorney
Patricia Freeman Dorson – Attorney at Law
Monique Doryland – just a lawyer in private practice
Patricia Doss – N/A
Raymond Dougan – First Justice, Boston Municipal Court, Central Division (Ret.)
Sean Dowd – Axiom
Jessica Drew – Attorney, Greater Boston Legal Services
Robert Drinan – Executive Agency Counsel
Fernande (Nan) R.V. Duffly – Former Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court
Donna Eagleson – Staff attorney
Nancy Eberhardt – Attorney
Elizabeth Elliott – Former Federal Judicial Law Clerk EDLA
Ryan Ellis – Attorney
Susan Elsen – Staff Attorney, Massachusetts Law Reform Institute
Susan Ervin – former partner Davis Polk & Wardwell, former Senior Derivatives Adviser, Securities & Exchange Commission
Ivan Espinoza-Madrigal – Executive Director, Lawyers for Civil Rights.
Julie Faenza – Attorney
Evan Falchuk – Former independent gubernatorial candidate for Massachusetts and founder of the United Independent Party; Auburndale, MA
Tom Fallgatter – Lawyer
Nicholas Fels – Retired partner, Covington & Burling LLP
Timothy Ferguson – Partner, Former. Vice Chair Grievance Committee 17th C Florida
Eugene Fidell – Counsel at Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell LLP, Washington, DC, and Florence Rogatz Visiting Lecturer at Yale Law School
Deborah Filler – Greater Boston Legal Services Senior Staff Attorney
Leslie Finlow – Supervisory Tax Attorney
Daniel Finn – Law Offices of Daniel J. Finn
Harold Fischel – Out of State member
Ruth Ellen Fitch – Retired partner, Palmer & Dodge; retired President/CEO The Dimock Health Center
Barbara Hayden Fitts – Counsellor at Law, Boston, MA
Alyson Flournoy – N/A
Elizabeth Fogarty Seall – Attorney
Henry Fradella – Professor of Criminology, Crminal Justice, and Law
Carmen F. Francella – Boston, MA
Joel Franklin – Professor of Law Monterey College of Law
Elizabeth Frantz – Sole Practitioner
Marla Frederick – Senior In-House Counsel
Carol Fredrick – Attorney
Stephanie Freeman – Counselor at Law
Arnold Friede – Principal, Arnold I Friede Consulting
Patty Garin – Partner at Shapiro Weissberg & Garin; Adjunct Professor of Law at Northeastern University School of Law
Joseph Garrison – Garrison, Levin-Epstein, Fitzgerald & Pirrotti, P.C.
Thomas Gausden – Assistant General Counsel-Labor & Employment
Nancy Gertner – Retired Judge, U.S.D.Ct. (D.Mass); Harvard Law School
John Gianfortune – Attorney
Oscar Gilbert – Attorney
Elizabeth Gilson – Lawyer for Guantanamo detainees
Kremer Ginny – former Massachusetts Assistant Attoreny General, current Town Counsel
Leonard Glantz – Professor Emeritus, Boston University
Ronald Gold – Public Defender (ret.)
Avraham Goldberg – Attorney
Phyllis Goldfarb – Jacob Burns Foundation Professor Emerita of Clinical Law and Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs, George Washington University Law School
Rachel Goldman – Attorney
Seth Goldschlager – Former foreign correspondent, Newsweek Magazine
Billie Goldstein – Former Assistant Public Defender, Miami, Florida
Jasmine Gonzales Rose – Associate Professor of Law, University of Pittsburgh School of Law
Mark Goodman – Citizen of the United States of America
Keith Gordon – Assistant NY Attorney General (former)
Justin Gray – Thurston county
Robert Greenwood – Admin. Law Judge, former State Deputy Attorney General
Jason Grimes – Attorney
Randall Grometstein – Professor, Fitchburg State University, Fitchburg, MA
John Grossman – Former Undersecretary of Public Safety, Massachusetts; Former Deputy Chief of the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Criminal Bureau
Jay Gruber – Assistant Vice President – Senior Legal Counsel, AT&T
Anthony Guadalupe-Baerga, Esq. – Principal, GBLO
Robert Gunther – Partner, WilmerHale
Lorri Haden – Retired State Attorney
Philip Hamilton – Professor of Law Emeritus, New England Law | Boston
Harmon Handloff – California State Bar Association
David Hanson – Deputy Attorney General (former) Wisconsin
Scott Harshbarger – Former National President of Common Cause and two-term Attorney General of Massachusetts
Christopher Hart – Partner, Foley Hoag LLP
Lance Hartwich – Law Office of Lance R. Hartwich, PLLC
Patrick Harvill – Retired Deputy District Attorney
David Haselkorn – Law Office of David L Haselkorn PC
Leone Hatch – Attorney
Bob Haurin – Attorney
Tom Hayes – Attorney
Laura Haynes – Attorney
Carol Heller – Entertainment Attorney
Robert Heller – Retired partner Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP
Jan Herrick – Member Jan L Herrick PLLC
Jeanne Herrick-Stare – Counsel to the Clerk, Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals
Barry Hinden – Current
Traci Hinden – Active
Linda Hines – State of Iowa
John Hitt – MA AAG (former)
William Hoffman – Former Chief Counsel, Office of Foreign Assets Control, U.S. Treasury Department
Joseph Hornack – Joseph S. Hornack Law Office
Ruth-Arlene Howe – Professor Emerita, Boston College Law School
Larry Hoyt – Boulder County Attorney
Roberta Ikemi – Attorney
Elaine Ingulli – Former Legal Services Attorney, and Professor of Business Law
Peter Irons – Professor of Political Science, UC San Diego
Andre R. Jaglom – Partner
Laurie Jones – Lawyer
Gayle Jordan – Solo practice
Deirdre Joyce – Senior Manager, KPMG LLP (former)
Lisa Kabnick – Senior Advisor, Pepper Hamilton, former partner Reed Smith and Pepper Hamitlon
David Kader – Emeritus Professor of Law
Steven Kahn – Attorney
William Kaiser – Partner, Kaiser Saurborn & Mair, P.C.
Molly Karlin – Assistant Federal Public Defender
Barbara Katz – Retired General Counsel, MA hospital
Sheryl Kay – Associate
Joel Kaye – Principal, Law Office of Joel M Kaye
Barbara Kellman – Partner, Sneider Kellman PC
Kristen Kennedy – Counsel
Steven Kessler – Attorney at Law: former clerk to Judge Constance Baker Motley, S.D.N.Y.
Cheryl Kirschner – Senior Lecturer, Business Law
Jesse Klaproth – Member
Steve Klitzman – Deputy Chief FCC Office of Intergovernmental Affairs
Eric Kocher – Attorney at Law
Christina Koehn – Retired from City of Phoenix Law Department
Marjorie Kolin – Michigan Bar
Mark Kolman – N/A
Dawn Korman – Attorney
Barbara Kornblau – Coalition for Disability Health Equity
Katherine Kosar – federal litigator
Susan Kramer – Attorney at Law
Elizabeth Kristen – Director of Gender Equity & LGBTQ Rights
Shari Krouner – Member
Edward Labaton – Labaton Sucharow LLP
Tera Lally – private investment funds attorney
Alexa LaLonde – Attorney
Laura Lamberta – Claim Counsel
Stephan Landsman – Professor of Tort Law and Social Policy, DePaul University College of Law, Emeritus
Beth Lang – Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee 2001-2015
Gail Langendorf – Attorney
Rebecca Larson – Attorney
William Lee – Former Chief of Staff, Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office; Former Assistant District Attorney, New York County, NY
Jane Lee – Attorney
Tracy Lemmon – Esq.
Richard Lempert – Eric Stein Distinguished University Professor of Law & Sociology, emeritus, University of Michigan
Arthur Leonard – Robert F. Wagner Professor of Labor & Employment Law, New York Law School
Brian Lerner – California Bar
David Levy – Attorney
Joseph Lewis – Attorney.
Jodi Lewis – Partner, law firm
Yvonne Lewis – NYS Supreme Court Justice
Scott Lewis – Anderson & Kreiger LLP
Carol Liebman – Clinical Professor Emerita, Columbia Law School
Lance Liebman – Professor Emeritus, Columbia University School of Law
Susan Lillis – Attorney
Janet Linder – None
Julia Livingston – Director at Goulston & Storrs PC
Julie Locascio – government contractor
Peter Lohnes – Former general counsel, Knowledge Mosaic LLC
Alan London – Retired attorney
David Long – Former Director of Research, State Bar of California
Robert Long – Latham & Watkins LLP retired partner
Rebecca Lopez – Senior Counsel
Julie Lovell – Retired attorney
Jeff Lowenfels – former assistant ag , alaska, partner, birch horton bittner
Fred Lowenfels – General Counsel Emeritus, Trammo, Inc.
Andrea Lua – Dean of Pacific Coast University, School of Law
Ellen Lubell – Principal, Tennant Lubell, LLC
Edward Luria – Alvord and Alvord PLLC
Carol Mack – Associate Professor, retired
Paula Mackin – Director, Juvenile Law Reform Project; Childrens’ Rights attorney.
Tara Maczuzak – DGMB
Sybil Mann – Attorney at Law
Sheryl Marcouiller – Chief Food Law Counsel (Kraft Foods) retired
Stanley Marcuss – Former Counsel to the U.S. Senate’s International Finance Subcommittee; former Senior Deputy Assistant Secretary in the U.S. Commerce Department; former partner, Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy; former Senior Fellow at Harvard’s Kennedy School; retired partner, Bryan Cave Leighton
Charlie Martel – Law Professor
Jan Marx – San Luis Obispo College of Law Campus Dean. Former Mayor of San Luis Obispo.
Deborah Mason – Attorney
Thomas Mason – Former Speaker Pro Tem Oregon House of Representative
Ellen Mattingly – Attorney
Dennis Maxwell – Assistant Public Defender
Shannon McAuliffe – Cpcs, Roca
Seth Mcconnell – N/A
L Stephen McCready – Principal
Susan Mcdonald – McDonald Law
Martha McGill – Self-employed
James F. McHugh – Former Associate Justice, Massachusetts Appeals Court
Alexis McKenna – Attorney
Shana McLaughlin – Assistant City Attorney
R. Bruce McLean – Retired partner and former chairman, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld
Alan Meisel – Professor of Law Emeritus
Thomas Mela – Former Director of the Children’s Law Support Project; former General Counsel for the Massachusetts Office for Children and Chief Attorney for the New England Office of the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights; Newbury, MA
Naomi Meyer – Senior Attorney, legal services agency
David Miles – Former partner, Fried Frank & Sidley Austin
Joel Miller – Goulston & *Storrs
Alan Minuskin – Boston College Law School
Jeff Modisett – Deputy Chief, Public Corruption & Government Fraud Div., U.S. Attorney’s Office (C. Dist. CA); Marion Co. (Indpls., IN) Prosecuting Attorney; IN Attorney General
Sarah Monaghan – Offices of Sarah L. Monaghan
John T. Montgomery – Ropes & Gray, former managing partner (retired)
Cathleen Moran – Senior Attorney
Wendy Morse – General Counsel
Florence Murray – Lawyer
Tamara Murray – Attorney
Nancy Lee Nelson – Current member
James Nelson – Retired Supreme Court Justice
Arthur Nevins – Attorney
Jim Newman – Lead Attorney, General Counsel
Marcia Newman – Attorney
Leslie Newman – Professor of Law
Jacqueline Nichol – Attorney atLaw
Cheryl Niro – Past Partner, Quinlan & Carroll, Past President Illinois State Bar Association
Miriam Nisbet – Director, Office of Government Information Services, National Archives
Alice Noble – Attorney
Veronics Norris – Civil Rights-Education Law
Neil O’Donnell – Of Counsel, Cascadia Cross Border Law Group LLC
Ann O’Shea – NYS Acting Supreme Court Justice (Ret.)
Edward Opton – University Counsel, University of California
Lynn Owens – Civil Litigator
Charles Palella – Law Firm Partner
Richard Parish – Retired Attorney
Ray Pelletier – Navy JAG
Jeffrey Petrucelly – Retired Partner of Petrucelly, Norris & Minsch, & Treasurer of the National Lawyers Guild, MA Chapter
Stuart Pink – Attorney
Marisa Pizzuto – Law practice
John Pollok – Partner, Hoffman and Pollok
Steve Posner – Esq.
Aric Press – Retired editor
Adriane Price – Associate
Michael Proctor – Private Practice
Susan Pyne – Retired attorney
Joan Rachlin – Executive Director Emerita, Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research
Jennifer Rasmussen – Director
Ben Ratner – Senior Director
Gershon M. (Gary) Ratner – Founder and Executive Director, Citizens for Effective Schools; former Associate General Counsel for Litigation, U.S. Dep’t of Housing & Urban Development
Jason Reddish – Partner, Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell LLP
Eileen Reed – Retired
William Rees – Of Counsel
Stuart Reich – Principal, Law Offices of Stuart J. Reich, PLLC
Leo Reid – Cannon River Law Office
Charles Reilly – Trial Attorney, U.S. Department of Justice, Antitrust Division
Michael Rich – Law Office of Michael L. Rich
Iris Richard – Attorney at Law
Linda Richardson – Retired USAF Lt Col
Jeffrey I. Richman – Former staff attorney, The Legal Aid Society in New York City, Criminal Division
Lisa Rigoli – Attorney and Guardian Ad Litem
Elisa Rives – Former Law Clerk of U.S. District Judge William M. Acker and U.S. Federal Circuit Judge Edward Smith
Allan Rodgers – N/A
Estelle Rogers – Public interest lawyer
Morris Rosenberg – Sole Practitioner
Jeremiah Ross – Assistant Attorney General/Army Veteran
Maurice Ross – Partner
Christine Rosskopf – Attorney
Joanna Roth – Mediator
Andrew Rotstein – Counsel, Scarola Zubatov Schaffzin PLLC
Emanuel L. Rouvelas – Washington, DC
Miles Ruthberg – Retired law firm partner
Grey Sample – Public Defender
Maria Sawczuk – Partner
James Schiavenza – Dean and Professor Lincoln Law School of Sacramento
Elizabeth Schiff – N/A
Lois Schiffer – Former Assistant Attorney General, Environment and Natural Resources Division, US Department of Justice and former General Counsel, NOAA
Robin Schneider – Senior counsel
Ronna Schneider – Professor of Law, University of Cincinnati College of Law
Rory Schnurr – Nassau County Bar Association
Jim Schweiter – CEO
Bradley Seliga – Trial Attorney
Peter Shapiro – Partner
Jonathan Shapiro – Shapiro & Teitelbaum LLP
Julie Sher – Law Office of Julia B. Sher
Richard Sherwin – Wallace Stevens Professor of Law
William Shibley – Solo
Nancy Shilepsky – Partner, Sherin and Lodgen
Eric Short – Attorney at Law
Jay Shultz – President, Young Lawyers Section
Barbara Siegel – Visiting Professor, Gould School of Law
Elaine Sierra – Appropriations Assistant
Wayne Silver – Attorney
Michael L Sirota – Sr. V-P, Associate General Counsel, Publicists Groupe
Beth Siumon – Owner-Law Office of Beth E. Simon, PC
Peter Skoknik – Former President NJ Volunteer Lawyers For The Arts; former Chair NJ Media Lawyers Ass’n
Virginia Sloan – President Emeritus, The Constitution Project
Nancy Slonim – ABA
Jeff Sloss – N/A
Frances Slusarz – Attorney at Law
Stephen Smith – Doherty, Rumble & Butler: VP Advanced Respiratory, Inc.
Allen Snyder – Partner, Hogan & Hartson (now Hogan Lovells); Chair, D.C. Court of Appeals Board on Professional Responsibiility
Robert Sonenthal – Sonenthal & Overall P.C.
Neal Sonnett – Former AUSA and Chief, Criminal Division, S.D. FL; Former President, NACDL
Rochelle Souza Hall – Former FINRA Hearing Officer; currently a psychotherapist
Emily Spieler – Professor of Law, Northeastern University
Patrick Spurgin – Attorney at Law
Richard Steel – Attorney
Jill Steele – City Attorney Battle Creek
David Steelman – Former regional VP, Natl. Ctr. for State Cts.
Jon Steffensen – Of Counsel, McLane Middleton, P.A. Boston Office
Marshall Stein – Assistant U.S. Attorney, MA; Chief Staff Attorney, U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit
Judith Stephenson – Former assistant district attorney
David W Steuber – Retired Partner, Jones Day
Beth Stickney – Founding director, Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project, current director, Maine Business Immigration Coalition
Julie Stiebritz – N/A
Robert Stolzberg – Law Offices of Robert Stolzberg
Kathleen Strasbaugh – sole practitioner
Stephen Stublarec – Partner, Latham & Watkins LLP (former)
Peter Sturges – Chair, Common Cause Massachusetts
David Sullivan – Senior voter protection lawyer
Susie Hwang – N/A
Anne Sutherland – Senior Tax Counsel
Robin Swope – Retired Colonel, US Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps
Marilyn Moriah Tebor Shaw – Counsel, Brown & Michaels P. C.
Mia Teitelbaum – Partner, Shapiro & Teitelbaum LLP
John Tener – Partner, Robinson & Cole ( retired)
Susan Tennyson – Attorney at Law
Pauline Third – Crown Counsel
Shawn Thompson – N/A
Andrew Thor – N/A
Allison Ting – Attorney at Law
Christopher Toews – Senior Partner, Toews Law Group, Inc.
Timothy Toohey – Attorney 1975 – 2010
Gerald Torres – Professor of Law
Yolanda Torrez – Member
Michael Traynor – California lawyer
Robert Tuchmann – Former partner WilmerHale LLP
Diane Hill Vann – General Counsel
Stephanie Vardavas – Law Office of Stephanie Vardavas
Susan Wallace – LTC(R), U.S. Army
Les Wallerstein – Counselor at Law
Times Wang – North River Law PLLC
Rhonda Wasserman – Professor of Law, University of Pittsburgh School of Law
L A Watkins – N/A
Phoebe Weaver-Stern – Attorney-at-Law
GIlbert Weiner – Sr VIce President & General Counsel of a medical/scientific products company
Frances Weiner – Attorney
Phyllis Weisberg – Law firm partner
Deborah Jackson Weiss – Ropes & Gray (Retired Partner)
Lynn Weissberg – Retired partner, Shapiro, Weissberg & Garin; Retired Clinical Instructor Harvard Law School
Lisa Weissler – Retired Alaska Assistant Attorney General
Michelle Welsh – Professor of Constitutional Law, Monterey College of Law
Anna Whip – N/A
Jeffrey Wiesner – Wiesner McKinnon LLP
LaTonya Wiley – Attorney
Mary Allen Wilkes – Former Assistant District Attorney, Middlesex County, Massachusetts
James Wilton – Partner, Ropes & Gray, LLP
Robin Winchester – Partner
Mitchel Winick – President and Dean, Monterey College of Law
Chester Winkowski – Former Assistant District Counsel, US Department of Justice, Immigration & Naturalization Service, New York, NY
Jennifer Winston – Associate
David Wirth – Professor of Law, Boston College Law School
Lucien Wulsin – Founder and retired Executive Director, Insure the Uninsured Project (ITUP). Los Angeles, CA
David Wylie – Member
Norah Wylie – Boston College Law School. Prior MA Attorney General’s Office
Farsiar Zandian – Attorney
Helen Zane – Attorney