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WVC 55-15-2 §55-15-2. Alternative dispute resolution commission created; composition; appointment of members; chairman.
The West Virginia alternative dispute resolution commission is hereby created. The commission shall consist of eleven members, who are designated or to be appointed as follows:

(a) The chief justice of the supreme court of appeals of West Virginia, or his or her designee, shall serve as the chair of the commission, and shall appoint two additional members, one of whom is currently serving as a circuit court judge;

(b) The speaker of the House of Delegates and the president of the Senate, or their respective designee, shall be members, and the speaker of the House of Delegates and the president of the Senate shall appoint one additional member;

(c) Two members shall be appointed by the governor who shall be representative private citizens;

(d) The dean of the West Virginia university college of law shall appoint one faculty member to the commission who possesses knowledge and experience unique in alternative dispute resolution processes; and

(e) The executive director of the West Virginia state bar.

Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2014 1st Special Session
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