The College’s work is accomplished, in large part, by its 35 General Committees and 62 State and Province Committees. General Committees each have a specific mandate that guides their work, while State and Province Committees focus on local outreach and the nomination of new Fellows. The work of the Committees is the backbone of the College. If you are a Fellow and are interested in serving on a College Committee, please submit this form.

Committee Must-Reads

  • Interested in determining how your trial skills might best serve children and their families to ensure their access to justice and fair and just representation? The Access to Justice and Legal Services Committee has a way to volunteer
  • What are best practices regarding evidence in arbitrations? The Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee has eight recommendations.
  • Are litigation funding agreements discoverable? Find out what the Attorney-Client Relationships Committee is tracking.
  • Find out about pending legislation under consideration during the 115th Congress.
  • Looking to update and modernize the Rules of Civil Procedure where you live? The Judiciary Committee has leading documents to assist.