Chambers Re-Elected To State Bar Board Of Governors

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Gila County Attorney Daisy Flores announced that Chief Deputy County Attorney, Bryan B. Chambers, has been re-elected to serve another three-year term as a member of the Board of Governors of the Arizona State Bar Association.

Chambers and the other newly elected members of the Board of Governors were sworn in recently by Arizona Supreme Court Justice W. Scott Bales before the annual Arizona Bar Association Convention in Phoenix.

Chambers was elected by the attorneys of Gila, Graham and Greenlee counties to represent their interests at the Arizona State Bar. The mission of the Arizona State Bar is to serve the public and enhance the legal profession by promoting the competency, ethics and professionalism of its members, as well as enhancing the administration of justice.

Chambers has worked for the Gila County Attorney's Office since 1992.

Since January 2002, he has served as one of two chief deputies in the office. In addition to criminal prosecution, he handles most of the civil work in the office and provides legal representation and advice to elected county officials and the Gila County Community College Board of Governors.

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