2009 Hawaii Code
Volume 13
§613-3 - Board of advisors.

     [§613-3]  Board of advisors.  (a)  A board of advisors of the center for alternative dispute resolution, consisting of nine members, shall be appointed by the chief justice.  The board shall:

     (1)  Foster greater understanding of the center and its purpose by government agencies and by the general public;

     (2)  Assist the center in disseminating information about the uses, applications, and advantages of alternative dispute resolution; and

     (3)  Strengthen the acceptance and utilization of alternative dispute resolution by government agencies and the public.

     (b)  The board of advisors shall include two representatives from the executive branch, two from the legal community, two from the Hawaii state association of counties, and three from the public at large.  The board shall meet from time to time to review the center's work and to advise the chief justice and staff of the center regarding the use of alternative dispute resolution methods for matters involving or affecting government agencies and the general public.  The board of advisors may add ex officio members as they deem beneficial or desirable to help achieve the center's purposes.  All members of the board shall serve without pay. [L 1989, c 346, pt of §2; am L 1991, c 131, §1]


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