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      Appointment Vacancies

      Seek Appointment to Missouri Bar Committees and Related Entities

      The Missouri Bar Board of Governors routinely appoints members to serve on various bar-related boards and committees. Please find a listing of any such open vacancies below.

      When such vacancies occur, the Appointments Committee (a subcommittee comprised of members of the Board of Governors), reviews nominees and makes recommendations to the board.

      To nominate yourself for a position, simply provide the requested documentation via email to appointments@mobar.org by the deadline listed. The Appointments Committee will then conduct a thorough review of all nominees and prepare a recommendation to the Board of Governors.

      The Appointments Committee is committed to diversity and inclusiveness within the memberships of Missouri Bar committees. To that end, the Appointments Committee will consider diverse elements of the bar – including but not limited to age, race, gender, sexual orientation, disability, geography, firm size, and area of practice – when considering potential appointees.

       

      Legal Services of Southern Missouri Board of Directors  

      The Appointments Committee of the Board of Governors seeks nominations to fill an attorney vacancy on the board of directors of Legal Services of Southern Missouri (LSSM). The individual selected would fill the remainder of an existing term that expires in August 2020, at which time he/she would be eligible to serve a full six-year term.

      Applicants for this position must live/work within the following counties: Crawford, Dent, Gasconade, iron, Madison, Maries, Phelps, Pulaski, Reynolds, St. Francois, Ste. Genevieve, Texas, and Wayne. 

      LSSM is a private, not-for-profit corporation that provides core legal services in the areas of domestic/sexual violence, family, consumer, housing, public benefits, and elder law.

      The board of directors of LSSM consists of 14 individuals – both lawyers and non-lawyers – from the corporation’s service area. Board members serve six-year terms, with a maximum of three terms. The board hosts four meetings per year within its 43-county service area. If a board member is unable to travel to the meeting location, arrangements will be made to allow him/her to participate via telephone. LSSM reimburses board members for actual and reasonable expenses related to his/her attendance at board meetings or other events.

      Each member of the board of directors will serve on at least one committee (personnel, finance, legal needs, or client grievance). Board members may expect to allocate up to two of time to their task during months in which a board meeting is held, and approximately one hour each of the remaining months. LSSM communicates with its board members monthly through the board’s web portal and/or email.

      Legal Services Corporation regulations prohibit board members and their law firm members from handling cases through LSSM’s Judicare Program.

      To apply for this position, submit a letter of interest and resume by September 1, 2019 to appointments@mobar.org.

      The Missouri Bar is committed to diversity in its appointments to reflect its membership.

        

      Board of Trustees of The Missouri Bar

      The Appointments Committee of the Board of Governors seeks nominations to fill a vacancy on the Board of Trustees of The Missouri Bar from Jackson County.   

      The Board of Trustees of The Missouri Bar is a six-member entity that was created by Supreme Court Rule 7.10. It consists of three members appointed by The Missouri Bar and three members appointed by the Supreme Court of Missouri. Its duties include acting for and in the name of The Missouri Bar or Chief Disciplinary Counsel with respect to all matters incident to the ownership, management, and control of the headquarters building of The Missouri Bar or the headquarters building of the Chief Disciplinary Counsel in Jefferson City.

      Members of the Trustees of The Missouri Bar serve a three-year term. Service on the Board of Trustees is limited to two terms. 

      Only a member of The Missouri Bar in good standing who resides or is employed in Jackson County is eligible to apply for this position.

      To apply, submit a letter of interest and resume by September 1, 2019 to appointments@mobar.org. 

      The Missouri Bar is committed to diversity in its appointments to reflect its membership.

        

      Missouri Judicial Performance Review Committee  

      The Appointments Committee of The Missouri Bar Board of Governors is seeking applicants from the Eastern District of the Missouri Court of Appeals to fill the remainder of an unexpired term on the Missouri Judicial Performance Review Committee.

      The Missouri Judicial Performance Review Committee was created by order of the Supreme Court of Missouri to review the performance of judges of the Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, and judicial circuits whose judges are selected pursuant to article V, sections 25(a) to (g) of the Missouri Constitution (the Missouri Nonpartisan Court Plan).

      The committee is charged with the following duties:

      • Collect information on judicial performance, including survey responses from lawyers, jurors, litigants, and other reliable sources;
      • Review judicial performance based on performance review standards adopted by the committee;
      • Determine whether a judge substantially meets overall judicial performance review standards by a vote of the members of the committee, showing the total votes cast for and against the proposition;
      • Communicate the vote on the proposition to the judge and provide a process by which the judge may communicate additional information to the committee and request a reconsideration of the vote before the vote is made public; and
      • Release information to the public about the judicial performance review process and the final vote of the committee on or before October 1 of an election year by The Missouri Bar and its affiliates in a manner designed to maximize the use of the information by the public.

      The committee consists of 21 members: one member of The Missouri Bar and one non-lawyer from each county selecting judges of the circuit court under the Nonpartisan Court Plan; and one member of The Missouri Bar, one non-lawyer, and one retired judge from each district of the Court of Appeals. The Supreme Court of Missouri is the appointing authority for the retired judges serving on the committee, while the Board of Governors of The Missouri Bar appoints the remaining 18 members.

      Each member of the committee serves a six-year term but is limited to no more than two terms.

      The person appointed to fill the existing vacancy would serve the remainder of an unexpired term that runs until May 31, 2022. At that time, the individual selected would be eligible to serve two full six-year terms.

      All members of The Missouri Bar in good standing who reside in the Eastern District of the Missouri Court of Appeals are eligible to apply for this position. Applications, including a statement of interest and complete biographical information, should be submitted by August 30, 2019 to appointments@mobar.org.

      The Missouri Bar is committed to diversity in its appointments to reflect its membership.

       

       

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