Board of Commissioners on Grievances & Discipline Annual Report, 2011
Group: Ohio Judicial System
The Board of Commissioners on Grievances & Discipline was established by the Supreme Court in 1957 to assist the Supreme Court in executing its plenary and constitutional responsibilities to regulate the practice of law in Ohio. The board consists of 28 commissioners from around the state who are appointed by the Supreme Court. The membership includes nonlawyer professionals, trial and appellate judges, and lawyers who are sole practitioners, members of law firms, or in public service.
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