Bar Rules

Rule 11-203. Terms.

State Bar Programs / Part XI - Law Practice Management / CHAPTER 2 OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE / Rule 11-203. Terms.

(a) Initially, three members of the Committee, including at least one member of the Board of Governors, shall be appointed by the Immediate Past President for one-year terms; three members of the Committee, including at least one member of the Board of Governors, shall be appointed by the President for two-year terms; and three members of the Committee, including at least one member of the Board of Governors, shall be appointed by the President-elect for three-year terms. The President of the State Bar shall appoint the chairperson of the Committee during the initial year from among the members. These appointments shall become effective July 1, 1995, and shall be made by those serving at that time in the offices of Immediate Past President, President and President-elect.

(b) In each year following the initial year, the President-elect shall appoint three members, at least one of whom shall be a member of the Board of Governors at the time of their appointment, to three-year terms.

(c) The Committee shall elect a chairperson and such other officers as the Committee members deem appropriate.

(d) Vacancies shall be filled by appointment of the President of the State Bar for any unexpired term.



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