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Minnesota State Court Boards and Committees

  • Minnesota Court Board Rules
  • Minnesota Board on Judicial Standards
  • Minnesota Lawyers Professional Responsibility Board & Office of Lawyers Professional Responsibility
  • Minnesota Supreme Court Advisory Committee to Review the Attorney Disciplinary System

  • Resources in this category:
       Minnesota Board of Continuing Legal Education
       Minnesota Board of Public Defense
       Minnesota Board of Public Defense Profile (November 26, 2003) (Minnesota Department of Finance)
       Minnesota Client Security Board
    1500 Landmark Towers, 345 Peter Street, St. Paul, Minnesota
       Minnesota Lawyer Trust Account Board
    We have been unable to locate a web site for this Board.
       Minnesota State Board of Law Examiners
       Minnesota State Board of Legal Certification
    This board oversees that process by which lawyers in Minnesota can be formally certified as "specialists" in certain areas of practice.
       Minnesota Supreme Court Alternative Dispute Resolution Review Board
    The 13 member ADR Review Board is responsible for administrating the statewide ADR program set out in Rule 114 of the Minnesota General Rules of Practice. The Board investigates and makes findings concerning complaints filed under the Rule 114 Code of Ethics Enforcement Procedure. The board also sets policies and assists in the development of ADR in the Minnesota court system. Board members, who are appointed by the Minnesota Supreme Court, come from the following categories: five district court judges, two individuals with experience in family law, and six other individuals: a court ADR program director; an ADR practitioner from greater Minnesota; an ADR practitioner from the Twin Cities; an attorney; a representative of a nonprofit ADR organization, and a representative of a for-profit ADR organization. The resource to which we take you is a roster of board members. See also the Rule 114 ADR roster.

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  • Continuing Legal Education
  • Lawyers and Regulation of Lawyers
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