ELC 2.9 ADJUNCT INVESTIGATIVE COUNSEL (a) Function. Adjunct investigative counsel performs the functions set forth in these rules. (b) Appointment and Term of Office. The Board of Governors, in consultation with the Chief Disciplinary Counsel, appoints adjunct investigative counsel from among the active members of the Association, who have been active or judicial Association members for at least seven years, have no record of disciplinary misconduct, and are in good standing. In appointing adjunct investigative counsel, the Board of Governors should consider diversity in gender, ethnicity, geography, and practice experience. Each adjunct investigative counsel is appointed for a five year term on a staggered basis and may be reappointed. Adjunct investigative counsel should be trained in the investigation of discipline cases. [Adopted effective October 1, 2002.]
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