State Bar Volunteer Opportunities
The State Bar of Arizona has standing and ad hoc committees to advise and serve the State Bar by overseeing programs, addressing current issues, and making recommendations about legal services and the administration of justice. Committee applications are accepted each spring. For more information click here.
This program connects Arizona's experienced attorneys with less-seasoned attorneys and law students. It provides experienced attorneys as mentors to answer substantive and procedural questions and offers management ideas for less-experienced attorneys.
Work with other attorneys who share your interest in substantive and specialized areas of practice. The State Bar of Arizona has 29 Sections organized around specific areas of law and practice. Sections sponsor conferences and educational programs, publish newsletters and pamphlets, monitor legislation, conduct studies, as well as make recommendations to the State Bar Board of Governors.