About the Advisory Board
Members of the National Advisory Board (NAB) advise the National Executive Board on the strategic, legal, and financial implications of decisions made by the organization. The NAB is empowered to make recommendations to the National Executive Board and also serves as a resource for programming, advocacy, finances, communications and executive leadership.
The NAB is made up of 10-12 members who serve 1 or 2 year terms. The NAB has two in-person meetings per term. Members of the NAB must be graduates of an ABA-accredited law school.