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Wisconsin State Court Boards and Committees

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       Planning & Policy Advisory Committee (Wisconsin Court System)
    "The Wisconsin Supreme Court established the Planning and Policy Advisory Committee (PPAC) in 1990 to advise the Court and the director of state courts on planning initiatives, the administrative structure of the court system and the expeditious handling of judicial matters (see Supreme Court Rule 70.14). The committee functions as the court system's long-range planning committee."
       Wisconsin Board of Bar Examiners (Wisconsin Court System)
    "Lawyers seeking to practice law in Wisconsin must go through the Board of Bar Examiners (BBE), an eleven (11) member board appointed by the state Supreme Court." The Board "also monitors lawyers' compliance with continuing legal education requirements.
       Wisconsin Commission on Judicial Elections and Ethics (Wisconsin Court System)
    Final report issued June 4, 1999. Also contains initial report, survey of commissioners, and proposed rules.
       Wisconsin Judicial Commission (Wisconsin Court System)
    Enforces standards of judicial behavior, on and off the bench, without compromising judicial independence. Strives to maintain public confidence in the judiciary by providing a forum for the expeditious and fair disposition of complaints of judicial misconduct and disability.
       Wisconsin Office of Lawyer Regulation (Wisconsin Court System)
    "If the Office of Lawyer Regulation finds clear and convincing evidence that an attorney has violated one of the court's rules [governing attorney conduct], the office has the authority to seek sanctions against the attorney."
       Wisconsin State Courts Board of Administrative Oversight (Wisconsin State Courts)
    "[T]his ... board composed of eight lawyers and four non-lawyers monitors the fairness, effectiveness and efficiency of the attorney regulation system and proposes substantive and procedural rules related to the system for the Court's consideration."

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  • Continuing Legal Education
  • Lawyers and Regulation of Lawyers
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