ABA Notices - July
2019 CONTESTED STATE DELEGATE (Vacancy) ELECTION
The following persons accredited to the state of Arizona have filed petitions for nomination for the office of State Delegate. The term is for one year and will commence immediately upon certification and will expire at the conclusion of the 2020 Annual Meeting. The name of each contested nominee and the names of 25 signers of his/her petition are published below in accordance with Section 6.3(b) of the Association’s Constitution.
Jeffrey Willis of Tucson, Arizona. Nominated by Patricia Lee Refo, Barbara J. Dawson, Gregory J. Marshall, William A. Kastin, Christopher H. Bayley, Byron Sarhangian, Patrick J. Paul, R. Lee Fraley, Howard I. Sobelman, Anthony S. Caldwell, Carlene Y. Lowry, James R. Condo, Creighton P. Dixon, Jenna Bouchard, Jill H. Perrella, Benjamin J. Hawkins, Edward John Bressler Hermes, Hannah Speirs, Rebecca Ellen Eckert-Fong, Patrick Tighe, Tracy A. Olson, Brent W. Nelson, Jacob C. Jones, Simone Raess and Rachael M. Pugel.
Leslie Miller of Tucson, Arizona. Nominated by Margarita Silva, Timothy Hyland, Lynda C. Shely, Jimmie Smith, Bradley Vynalek, Ameilia Craig Cramer, Adam Zickerman, Richard Gordon, Kyle Bryson, Stephanie McCoy Loquvam, Christopher T. Whitten, Thomas M. Ryan, Charles W. Wirken, Tom W. Chauncey II, John L. Hay, Sean P. O’Brien, Wendy N. Weigand, Louraine C. Arkfeld, Regina L. Nassen, Troy E. Larkin, Christine W. Young, John Hinderacker, Margarita S. Bernal, Elizabeth Finn and D. Douglas Metcalf.
2020 REGULAR STATE DELEGATE ELECTION
Pursuant to Section 6.3(a) of the ABA’s Constitution, 18 states will elect State Delegates for three-year terms beginning at the adjournment of the 2020 Annual Meeting. The states conducting elections and election rules and procedures can be found at ambar.org/2020-statedel.
NOTICE BY THE SECRETARY: NOMINATING COMMITTEE MEETINGS
The Nominating Committee will meet in conjunction with the 2019 Annual Meeting in San Francisco, California, on Sunday, Aug. 11, beginning with the business session at 9 a.m., at the Marriott Marquis Hotel, in the Golden Gate Ballroom A, B2 Level. Immediately following the business session, the Nominating Committee will hear from candidates seeking nomination at the 2020 Midyear Meeting. This portion of the meeting is open to Association members. If you have questions regarding the foregoing, contact Leticia Spencer at 312-988-5160 or [email protected].
Mary L. Smith,
NOTICE BY THE SECRETARY: MEETING OF THE MEMBERSHIP
Pursuant to Section 6.11, the Secretary hereby gives notice to members of the American Bar Association that the meeting of the membership will be held in conjunction with the Nominating Committee Business Session and Coffee with the Candidates Forum on Sunday, Aug. 11, at 9 a.m., at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in the Golden Gate Ballroom A, B2 Level.
Mary L. Smith,
PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION, BYLAWS AND HOUSE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Proposed amendments to the Constitution, Bylaws and House Rules of Procedure of the American Bar Association summarized below have been duly filed with the Secretary of the Association by the indicated sponsoring members of the Association for consideration by the House of Delegates at the 2019 Annual Meeting in San Francisco. For the full text of this notice, go to ambar.org/amendments.
Annual Meeting of the Members
The Annual Meeting of the Members of the American Bar Endowment will be held in San Francisco on Monday, Aug. 12, at 8:45 a.m., at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis in the Yerba Buena Ballroom. The agenda includes the election of two Board members. Go to abendowment.org for the full text of this Notice.