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Doris Cheng | Walkup, Melodia, Kelly & Schoenberger

The National Law Journal

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When budget cuts threatened court closures in San Francisco this summer, Doris Cheng came to the aid of the region's lawyers. At a July 22 hearing before California's Administrative Office of the Courts, Cheng spoke on behalf of The Bar Association of San Francisco, whose members had concerns about the impact on civil cases, particularly complex litigation. The AOC ended up giving the courts $3.1 million in a deal that prevented some of the closures.

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