The State Bar of Arizona has committees to advise and serve the State Bar by addressing constitutional, statutory or regulatory issues and make recommendations about legal services and the administration of justice.
State Bar Committees include:
- Board of Legal Specialization
- Civil Practice and Procedure
- Civil Jury Instructions
- Criminal Practice and Procedure (defense and prosecution)
- Criminal Jury Instructions
- Family Practice and Procedure
- Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (is not accepting applications at this time)
Appointment Process: Applications received on or before May 13 will be considered for available committee positions. Appointments will be made by the incoming president commencing on June 30, 2018. Committee Application.
Current Committee Members: with terms ending June 2018 will be extended the opportunity to serve another term but must complete the application form and an indication of interest.
Term of Appointment: Member will serve a 3-year term with a 3-term limit. Members will be asked to reapply after each term for a subsequent term. If the Bar President determines that institutional knowledge is critical to the functioning of the committee, up to one-third of the committee would be eligible for reappointment to serve additional time beyond the 3-term limit. The President-Elect will consider such factors as geographical representation, attendance records and the contributions made by members in considering reappointments.
For more information please contact:
Member Services Administrator