Ninth Circuit Lawyer Representatives
Lawyer Representatives are chosen to serve three-year terms representing attorneys practicing in each of the Ninth Circuit’s fifteen districts in nine western states and two Pacific Island jurisdictions.
Lawyer Representatives play an important role in the administration of justice in the circuit. Currently, 168 Lawyer Representatives work to foster open communications between judges and attorneys, and provide support and advice in the functioning of the courts.
The Ninth Circuit Lawyer Representatives Coordinating Committee met in San Francisco on October 13, 2017, to participate in a joint meeting with the Conference Executive Committee.
2017-2018 LRCC Officers (l-r) Darrel Gardner, Chair, District of Alaska; Jay B. McEntire, Chair-Elect, District of Idaho; and Doreen Spears Hartwell, Vice Chair, District of Nevada.
2017 ELECTION WINNERS
Gay C. Grunfeld, Esq. and Caroline R. Djang, Esq. were elected to represent the Lawyer Representatives on the Conference Executive Committee.
Program information, district differences in the selection and utilization of lawyer representatives.