Raymond C. Marshall, a partner in Bingham McCutchen in San Francisco, is one of the two Ninth Circuit members on the ABA committee.
Marshall is a member of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area, a local affiliate of the national Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights, a left-wing group that has fervently opposed leading nominees of the Bush Administration (as I illustrated in point 1 in my discussion of John Payton). (Yes, I know that I’ve said this before.) In 1991, Marshall joined an LCCR statement to the Senate Judiciary Committee opposing the confirmation of Clarence Thomas to the Supreme Court.
Marshall has made two small political contributions, both to Democrats: $200 to Bill Clinton in 1992 and $250 to Adam Schiff’s 2000 congressional campaign.