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BYLAWS OF THE ALASKA BAR
Adopted by the Board of Governors May 15, 1974
As amended through January 9, 1988
ARTICLE I. NAME AND ORGANIZATION
Section 1. Name.
The name of this organization is the Alaska Bar Association.
Section 2. Powers.
The powers, duties, responsibilities, and organization of the Alaska Bar Association are established by the Alaska Integrated Bar Act and by the Alaska Bar Rules, which together shall be considered the charter of the Alaska Bar Association.
Section 3. Purposes.
The purposes of the Alaska Bar are to:
(1) cultivate and advance the science of jurisprudence;
(2) promote reform in the law and in judicial procedure;
(3) facilitate the administration of justice;
(4) encourage continuing legal education for the membership; and
(5) increase the public service and efficiency of the Bar.
Section 4. Office.
The office of the Alaska Bar Association is in the Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska.
Section 5. Service and Filing.
All petitions, notices or other writings required to be filed with the Alaska Bar Association or served upon the Board of Governors shall be filed in the Association's office.
Section 6. Administrative Districts.
For the purpose of the administration of the Act, these Bylaws, the Rules, and the Policies and Regulations promulgated under them, four administrative districts, based in part upon the judicial districts existing in 1973, are created as follows:
(1) The First Judicial District of Alaska;
(2) The Second and Fourth Judicial Districts of Alaska combined;
(3) The Third Judicial District of Alaska; and
(4) Any jurisdiction or geographical area outside the State.
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