2015 Committee and Board Vacancies
The D.C. Bar Board of Governors is seeking candidates for appointment in the spring to various committees. The deadline for submitting application materials is Friday, March 13, 2015.
Standing Committees: Attorney/Client Arbitration Board, Clients' Security Fund, Judicial Evaluation Committee, Legal Ethics Committee.
View a list of committees and a full description of their functions. Applicants for attorney vacancies must be members of the D.C. Bar.
Board on Professional Responsibility of the D.C. Court of Appeals: Three individuals will be selected for each vacancy and forwarded to the D.C. Court of Appeals for final appointment. Preference is given to individuals with experience on BPR hearing committees. Bar members interested in being considered for BPR hearing committee vacancies that arise periodically should send a letter of interest and résumé to the Board on Professional Responsibility, 430 E Street NW, Suite 138, Washington, DC 20001.
D.C. Bar Foundation Board of Directors: The D.C. Bar Board of Governors is accepting applications from D.C. Bar members who are interested in serving on the D.C. Bar Foundation's Board of Directors. Consideration will be given to individuals who have experience with or knowledge of fundraising, finance, and the D.C. community and its legal services providers.
The deadline to apply for the D.C. Bar Foundation vacancies is February 10, 2015.
To apply for a board or committee opening, please submit a résumé and a cover letter stating the committee(s) or board(s) on which you would like to serve and a description of relevant work or volunteer experience. Applications that do not include the requisite cover letter with a description of relevant experience will not be considered. Leadership experience with other D.C. Bar committees, voluntary bar associations, or the Bar’s sections is highly desirable.
Submit materials by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to D.C. Bar Executive Office, 1101 K Street NW, Suite 200, Washington, DC 20005-4210.