State Bar sections address the concerns and interests of a specific segment of the profession. Each section executive committee:
Applicants to a section executive committee are required to be members of that section, and the level of the applicant's involvement in the section's activities is a factor taken into consideration.
The executive committee generally consists of 15-17 members who previously have served on the section's standing or substantive committees or who have been active in other section activities.
The board may in its discretion appoint to the executive committee members who have been nominated by the section. Nominations for such appointments may be made by the executive committee acting as a nominating committee or by a petition signed by at least 15 members of the section.
The Board of Trustees does not make appointments to a section's standing committees. Those interested in applying to serve on the section's standing committees should contact the chair or staff liaison of the section for application information. For the list of the section's standing committees, please go to the section's home page.
Joining a Section
Antitrust. UCL & Privacy Executive Committee
Business Law Section Executive Committee
Criminal Law Executive Committee
Environmental Law Executive Committee
Family Law Executive Committee
Intellectual Property Executive Committee
International Executive Committee
Labor & Employment Executive Committee
Law Practice Management & Technology Executive Committee
Litigation Executive Committee
Public Law Executive Committee
Real Property Executive Committee
Solo & Small Firm Executive Committee
Taxation Executive Committee
Trusts & Estates Executive Committee
Workers' Compensation Executive Committee
California Young Lawyers Association