NEWS FOR MEMBERS
• Lisa S. Wahlin, Graif Barrett & Matura PC
• Attorney Jeffrey A. Weinstein
• Deborah L. Williams, Federal Public
Missing and Unknown Heirs
No Expense to the Estate
Domestic and International Service for:
Courts - Lawyers
1345 Wiley Road, Suite 121 | Schaumburg, IL 60173
Telephone: 800-844-6778 Fax: 800-946-6990
Candidate Criteria/Qualifications: Applicants
should familiarize themselves with Supreme
Court Rules 33 and 35 which establish the duties
of the Committee. Committee members must
possess the time, skill and patience to fulfill the
responsibilities of committee members, including
review, organization and grading of confidential
bar examination materials. It is important to
apply the Supreme Court Rules pertaining to this
process consistently and fairly. Communication
with Court staff and other committee members
is encouraged and expected. Applicants should
describe prior experience with regulation or testing of professionals, and their views on professional ethical obligations, on their application.
Applicants for membership on the committee
who currently serve or have served within the
past two years as law school faculty (including
adjunct) at one of Arizona’s accredited law
schools or as tutors or faculty for bar review
courses will not be considered if such service
could give rise to significant conflicts of interest
regarding their duty to the Supreme Court to
review or grade the examinations of their current
or former students.
Committee members are expected to attend and
participate both days of each bar examination,
held the last consecutive Tuesday and Wednesday
of February and July. Members must also participate in grading calibration sessions and attend
committee meetings held throughout the year.
Mileage is paid for any member residing outside
Maricopa County, but there is no other compensation for service as a committee member.
Terms: Initial term of four years, with the possibility of reappointment.
Southern Arizona Legal Aid
(SALA) Board of Directors
Friday, Sept. 6, 2013
Purpose: SALA’s mission is to provide quality
legal services to people who would not otherwise
have equal access to justice, in ways which affirm
their individual and collective dignity, integrity,
and power. SALA utilizes staff and volunteer
attorneys to provide legal advice, brief services,
referrals, pro se workshops and representation.
SALA decides the type of service to be provided
to each client based on case priorities and available resources.
SALA is one of three, federally funded, legal
services providers in Arizona. SALA serves nine
Arizona counties—Gila, Pima, Pinal, Navajo,
Apache, Cochise, Graham, Greenlee and Santa
Cruz—and 11 of Arizona’s Native American