Lawyers needed for state boards and commissions
Attorneys Always Encouraged to Apply for Positions on Boards and Commissions
Based on expired terms or existing vacancies, eight state boards and commissions currently have or will have openings specifically for attorneys to serve as members. Among other statutory qualifications, applicants must be members of The Missouri Bar in good standing. To review the duties of the board or commission, details on meetings and total time commitment, and other information, click on the name of a board or commission below. For those interested in applying, the Online Application process is available on the website of the Governor’s Office of Boards and Commissions. If you have additional questions or plan to apply for a position, please contact The Missouri Bar’s Government Relations Department at email@example.com or (573) 659-2280.
Child Abuse and Neglect Review Board AChild Abuse and Neglect Review Board CChild Abuse and Neglect Review Board DChild Abuse and Neglect Review Board EChild Abuse and Neglect Review Board F“[An] attorney who has acted as a guardian ad litem or other attorney who has represented a subject of a child abuse and neglect report” – Term of three years
Credit Union Commission“[A] member of the Missouri Bar in good standing” – Term of six years
Residential Mortgage Board“[A] member of the Missouri Bar in good standing” – Term of three years
State Banking and Savings and Loan Board“[An] attorney at law and a member of the Missouri Bar in good standing” – Term of six years