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Application Deadline for the Commission on Appellate Court Appointments

Deadline for Submittal is Friday, January 3, 2020.

The Nominating Committee for the Commission on Appellate Court Appointments continuously seeks applications for non-attorney vacancies on the Commission on Appellate Court Appointments. The Nominating Commission seeks non-attorneys who are well-informed and passionate about Arizona, its judiciary and who do not hold governmental, elective or appointive office for profit.

In accordance with the Arizona Constitution, the makeup of the commission shall, to the extent feasible, reflect the diversity of the population of the State, with not more than five of the same political party and not more than two from any one county. Due to the current membership of the commission, all residents of Arizona with qualification and interest are encouraged to apply.

All applicants must have resided in Arizona for no less than five years and they shall not be judges, retired judges or admitted to the practice of law before the Supreme Court of Arizona.

In order to complete the required process for appointees, the current application period to fill 4 vacancies will close on Friday, January 3, 2020. Applications received or postmarked after the deadline will not be considered for the current vacancies.

If you are interested in applying or want to learn more, please click here to submit an application.

For more information, individuals may contact the Governor’s Office of Boards and Commissions at (602) 542-2449.

 

Research the Board or Commission you are interested in serving on, using the links below. Find out how it was established, how it is funded and staffed, its duties and responsibilities, current members and their terms, and other frequently asked questions.

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Governor Doug Ducey appoints approximately 2,000 people to 220 Boards, Commissions, Councils, Committees, & Task Forces.

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Governor's Appointments

For all Boards and Commissions, the Administrative Register published  every 6 months, shows the physical address and website, Director’s name, contact information, duties, names of current members with their term expiration dates, and the authority that established the board.

PDF iconAppointment Report, July - December 2017 (543.8 KB)
PDF iconAppointment Report, January - June 2018 (548.08 KB)
PDF iconAppointment Report, July - December 2018 (547.65 KB)

 

Frequently Asked Questions

General Information on State Boards and Commissions

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ARS and Executive Orders

All boards and commissions are established by Statute or Executive Order, which can be determined from the Administrative Register in the Governor’s Appointments link.  The appropriate Statute or Executive Order can then be accessed at these links to determine the number of members, term lengths, purpose, funding source, etcetras.

View Arizona Revised Statutes
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State Agency Directory

Contact information for state agencies, and boards and commissions.

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Boards & Commissions Appointments

Governor Doug Ducey appoints approximately 2,000 people to 220 Boards, Commissions, Councils, Committees, & Task Forces.

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Emily Rajakovich, Director
Boards and Commissions

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Phoenix, AZ 85007