Business and Professions Code Section 6001.4 provides:
“§ 6001.4 State Bar Employee Compensation and Benefits:
Commencing on or before Feb.1, 2011, the State Bar shall make available, upon request of a member of the public, the classification and total annual compensation paid to each of its employees by name, as well as any and all rules, policies, and agreements pertaining to the compensation and benefits of any employees of the State Bar.”
Below are the existing salary ranges for State Bar full- and part-time regular grades and classifications and individual annual salaries by classification. Annual salaries by employee name will be made available upon request. Requests should be directed to:
State Bar of California
Office of Human Resources
180 Howard St.
San Francisco, CA, 94105
This information is current as of January 2013. It will be updated periodically.
The terms and condition of employment for State Bar staff, including compensation and benefits of employment, are governed by union negotiated Memoranda of Understanding for employees in the General and Attorney Bargaining Units, The Rules and Regulations Pertaining to the Employment of Executive Staff for management employees and The Rules and Regulations Pertaining to the Employment of Confidential Employees for designated Confidential Employees. The State Bar is a public corporation governed by the Meyers-Milias-Brown Act, California Government Code Section 3500 et seq., for labor relations purposes. Salaries are set in accordance with a classification and grading system. Employment benefits are set by the governing rules referenced above.
Further information about benefits of State Bar employment can be found at: http://www.calbar.ca.gov/AboutUs/Jobs/Benefits.aspx, or upon request to the State Bar Office of Human Resources noted above.
State Bar Court judges are not State Bar employees. They are appointed to terms of service in accordance with the governing statutes. See Business and Professions Code Sections 6086.5 [State Bar Court, Establishment, Powers, Rules]; 6079.1 [State Bar Court Hearing Judges]; 6086.65 [State Bar Court Review Department]. The State Bar is, however, mandated by statute to pay the salaries and benefits of State Bar Court judges. These are set by statute and by the Rules and Regulations Pertaining to the Benefits, Terms and Conditions Governing State Bar Court Judge Service. The annual salaries of State Bar Court judges, as set by statute, are set forth below