(a) The county counsel, or if there is no county counsel, the district attorney, may provide legal services to the county committee.
(b) In any county in which the board of supervisors has transferred functions and duties to the county board of education pursuant to Section 1080 and the county board of education has agreed to include the expenses of the county committee in the single budget adopted pursuant to Section 1623 for which a county tax is levied, the county committee may appoint legal counsel in the same manner that the county superintendent of schools of that county may appoint counsel. The expenses of an appointment pursuant to this subdivision shall be a proper charge against the county school service fund.
(Added by Stats. 1982, Ch. 1214, Sec. 3.)
Education Code 1080
Education Code 1623