Bar Rules

Rule 6-103. Terms.

State Bar Programs / Part VI - Arbitration of Fee Disputes / CHAPTER 1 COMMITTEE ON ARBITRATION OF ATTORNEY FEE DISPUTES / Rule 6-103. Terms.

Initially, two members of the Committee, including one of the public members, shall be appointed for a period of three years; two members, including the remaining public members, for a period of two years; and one member for a period of one year. As each member's term of office on the Committee expires, his or her successor shall be appointed for a period of three years. The President of the State Bar shall appoint the chair of the Committee each year from among the members. Vacancies in unexpired terms shall be filled by their respective appointing authorities.



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