Three of the public members of the examining committee shall be appointed by the Senate
Rules Committee, three of the public members shall be appointed by the Speaker of
the Assembly, and three of the public members shall be appointed by the Governor. They shall serve for a term of four years, except that of the initial public members so appointed, two shall serve for two years
and four shall serve for four years, as shall be determined by lot. The public members appointed pursuant to the amendment of this section during the
1987-88 Regular Session of the Legislature shall serve for four years. The public members shall have the same rights, powers, and privileges as any attorney
member except that such a member shall not participate in the drafting of questions
submitted to applicants on the California bar examination.
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