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Leslie Hatamiya — Embattled California Bar Foundation Ex Executive-Director — No Longer Practices Law — Belatedly Lists Herself as “Inactive”

Leslie Takeno Hatamiya, former executive director of the California Bar Foundation — an entity maintained and controlled by the State Bar of California — has listed herself as “Inactive.”

Despite her abrupt resignation in May of 2011 amid a developing ethics probe, a defiant Hatamiya failed to update her membership record with the State Bar of California for a period of 18 months in order to further mislead and defraud the pubic (including any prospective employer) concerning her employment status.

Leslie Hatamiya
Ms. Leslie Hatamiya, who colluded with Holly Fujie, Ruthe Ashley, Patricia Lee and Judy Johnson in to maintain secrecy over the unlawful transfer of $780,00.00 from California Bar Foundation to CaliforniaALL.(Photo:Courtesy)

Finally, only several days ago, on November 21, 2012 , Hatamiya’s membership records were updated to reflect that she is no longer part of the California Bar Foundation. See below:


Leslie Takeno Hatamiya – #193803

Current Status:  Inactive

This member is inactive, but is eligible to become active.

See below for more details.

Profile Information

The following information is from the official records of The State Bar of California.

Bar Number: 193803    
Address: PO Box 482
San Bruno, CA 94066
Phone Number: Not Available
Fax Number: Not Available
e-mail: Not Available 
County: San Mateo
Undergraduate School: Stanford Univ; Stanford CA
District: District 1    
Sections: None Law School: Stanford Univ Law School; Stanford CA

Status History

Effective Date Status Change
Present Inactive
11/21/2012 Inactive  
1/1/2005 Active  
1/1/1999 Inactive  

Admitted to The State Bar of California


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