Section 12-8-1

Creation; composition; designation of members.

A Judicial Conference for the State of Alabama is hereby created, which shall consist of: The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama and two associate justices of such court, designated by the Chief Justice; a member of the Court of Criminal Appeals, designated by the presiding judge of that court; a member of the Court of Civil Appeals, designated by the presiding judge of that court; three circuit judges of the state, designated by the president of the association of circuit judges; three lawyers, who are members in good standing of the Alabama State Bar, designated by the president of the Alabama State Bar; one probate judge, designated by the president of the association of probate judges; and, subsequent to establishment of the district courts of Alabama, two district court judges, designated by the president of the association of district judges, and two municipal court judges, designated by the president of the association of municipal court judges.

(Acts 1961, Ex. Sess., No. 74, p. 1949, §1; Acts 1971, 3rd Ex. Sess., No. 118, p. 4343; Acts 1975, No. 1205, p. 2384, §15-101.)