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The Alaska Bar Association

The Alaska Bar Association is an instrumentality of the State of Alaska created by Alaska Statutes 08.08.010 et. seq. Under the authority of the Alaska Bar Rules adopted by the Alaska Supreme Court, the Bar Association is responsible to the court for the administration of the bar admission and discipline process. The Bar also provides continuing legal education (CLE), a lawyer referral service, and other membership services.

The Alaska Bar Association is governed by a 12-member Board of Governors consisting of nine attorneys elected by the membership and three public members appointed by the Governor. Each member serves three-year term.

The Alaska Bar Association has over 4,000 members.
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