|Attorney Regulation Advisory Committee of the Supreme Court|
The Supreme Court Advisory Committee was established as a permanent committee of the Court by C.R.C.P. 251.34. Its purpose, generally stated, is to assist the Court with administrative oversight of the attorney regulation system.
The responsibilities assigned to the committee are set forth in Rule 251.34 (b). Those provisions direct the committee to:
- Review the productivity, effectiveness and efficiency of the Court’s attorney regulation system including that of the Presiding Disciplinary Judge and peer assistance programs and report its findings to the Supreme Court;
- Review the resources of the system for the purpose of making recommendations to the Supreme Court; and,
- Periodically report to the Supreme Court on the operation of the Advisory Committee.
Members of the Committee
David W. Stark, Esq. (Chair)
Barbara A. Miller
Cynthia F. Covell, Esq.
Steven K. Jacobson, Esq. (Vice-Chair)
Mac V. Danford
Alexander R. Rothrock, Esq.
Daniel A. Vigil, Esq.
Henry R. Reeve, Esq.
Richard A. Nielson, Esq.
Brian Zall, Esq.
David C. Little, Esq.
Nancy L. Cohen, Esq.
Cheryl Martinez-Gloria, Esq.
The Honorable Nathan B. Coats
The Honorable Monica M. Márquez
Barbara Ezyk, Executive Director
J. Ryann Peyton, Director
James C. Coyle, Attorney Regulation Counsel
Matthew A. Samuelson, Chief Deputy Regulation Counsel
Margaret B. Funk, Deputy Regulation Counsel
The Honorable William R. Lucero, Presiding Disciplinary Judge
Melissa Meirink, Esq.