You must be a PACBA member to join a committee.
The Administration Committee, under the direction of the Secretary of the Association, is the custodian of record of all minutes, records, documents, and property of the Association. The Committee maintains the active roll of members, and is responsible to file any required reports with regulatory authorities on behalf of the membership.
The legislative committee monitors legislative changes and proposals. It suggests and drafts legislation or rules for the advancement of creditors' rights. The committee also assists other organizations/legislators that sponsor or promote creditors' rights or rule changes.
The courts committee acts as liaison with courts and court clerks throughout the state, and monitors court rules changes.
The education committee works to educate attorneys and judges of recent changes in the creditors' rights laws.
The membership committee generates new membership and oversees current membership issues. It publicizes Pennsylvania Creditors Bar Association activities, announcements, and seminars, both to members and non-members.