The Supreme Court recently made amendments to Rule 32 which governs the State Bar of Arizona. Consequently, the State Bar's Board of Governors will reset in 2019. The Supreme Court will now make a total of 10 appointments to the Board. Staggered terms are one, two and three years depending on the position.
Beginning in 2019, the Court will appoint three At-Large Governors, three District Governors and four Public Members.
*The four Public Members will be appointed from a list of nominees submitted by the State Bar Board of Governors.
The application period is now closed.
For more information please visit, Board of Governors (azbar.org)