Jon Streeter is a partner with Keker & Van Nest LLP, a litigation firm in San Francisco. At Keker & Van Nest, Mr. Streeter is a commercial trial lawyer specializing in complex civil cases. He has handled a wide range of cases in the trial and appellate courts, both state and federal, and his expertise includes many specialized fields, such as intellectual property, antitrust, securities, real estate and mortgage banking, executive compensation, energy regulation, and insurance coverage. His clients include a broad variety of corporations, individual corporate officers and directors, public utilities, and public entities. In addition to his private practice in commercial litigation, Mr. Streeter engages in a wide range of public interest and community service activities. Mr. Streeter is currently serving a three-year term on the Board of Governors of the State Bar of California, representing more than 7,000 lawyers in District 4 (San Francisco and Marin Counties). From 2005 through 2008, Mr. Streeter served as Vice Chairman of the California State Senate Commission on the Fair Administration of Criminal Justice, a commission that was tasked with studying the problem of wrongful convictions in California with a particular focus on the death penalty. From 2002 through 2004, Mr. Streeter served on the Ninth Circuit Task Force on Self-Represented Litigants. And from 1997 through 2003, Mr. Streeter served as a member of the Board of Directors of the American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California. Mr. Streeter chairs the pro bono committee at Keker & Van Nest and has long maintained an active pro bono docket of his own, generally in cases involving racial justice and civil rights issues. In recognition of his outstanding pro bono accomplishments in the field of civil rights, Mr. Streeter has been named the recipient of the 2004 Robert Sproul Award, the most prestigious annual award given out by the Northern California Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights. Some of Mr. Streeter's most notable pro bono cases over the years have included American Civil Rights Foundation v. Berkeley Unified School District, 172 Cal. App. 4th 207 (2009), a case in which Mr. Streeter successfully defended the Berkeley school district against a challenge to its voluntary desegregation plan; Rodriguez v. California Highway Patrol, 89 F. Supp. 2d 1131 (N.D. Cal. 2000), a racial profiling class action in which Mr. Streeter negotiated a ground-breaking statewide settlement covering roadside stop-and-search procedures by the California Highway Patrol, and Dyer v. Calderon, 151 F.3d 970 (9th Cir 1997) (en banc), cert. denied, 525 U.S. 1033, 119 S.Ct. (1998), a death penalty case in which, for seventeen years, Mr. Streeter represented - and ultimately saved the life of - a death row inmate. Mr. Streeter has a long and distinguished record of Bar leadership activities, as exemplified by his election in 2008 to serve a three-year term on the California State Bar Board of Governors. In the past, Mr. Streeter has been President of the Northern California Chapter of the Association of Business Trial Lawyers (2005); President of the Bar Association of San Francisco (BASF) (2004); Chair of the Northern District of California Lawyer Representatives to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (1998-99); and President of the Edward McFetridge Chapter of the American Inns of Court. In 2004, as President of BASF, Mr. Streeter was a member of BASF's delegation to the Conference of Delegates of California Bar Associations (CDCBA), and, as a member of that delegation, he wrote and successfully sponsored on the floor of the CDCBA draft legislation calling for a moratorium on the death penalty in California. Mr. Streeter joined Keker & Van Nest in 1997 after practicing for more than fifteen years at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe. Mr. Streeter earned an A.B. degree in International Relations from Stanford in 1978 and a J.D. from Boalt Hall School of Law in 1981. He is a former law clerk to Judge Harry T. Edwards of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit (1982-83), and a former law student extern to Judge Thelton E. Henderson of the Northern District of California (1980).