ABA Notices

ABA Notices - October-November 2022

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At the 2023 Midyear Meeting, the Nominating Committee will announce nominations for district and at-large positions on the ABA Board of Governors for terms beginning at the conclusion of the 2023 Annual Meeting and ending at the conclusion of the 2026 Annual Meeting. Pursuant to Section 2.1 of the Association’s Constitution, the committee will nominate individuals from the following states to represent the districts noted: Rhode Island (District 1), Michigan (District 2), Virginia (District 4), Georgia (District 6), Louisiana (District 12) and South Carolina (District 19). The Nominating Committee will also nominate one young lawyer Member-at-Large and members from the Business Law Section, the Infrastructure and Regulated Industries Section, and the Section of Intellectual Property Law to serve as section Members-at-Large. Nominating petitions must be filed electronically at [email protected] by Jan. 4. Go to ambar.org/boardelection for the full text of this Notice.


Pursuant to Section 6.3(a) of the ABA Constitution, 18 states will elect state delegates for three-year terms beginning at the adjournment of the 2023 Annual Meeting. The deadline for receipt of nomination petitions is Thursday, Dec. 8. Go to ambar.org/2023-statedel to find the states conducting elections as well as election rules and procedures.


The 2022 Delegate-at-Large Election was contested. At the 2022 Annual Meeting, the following people were elected to three-year terms as Delegates-at-Large to the House of Delegates: Jose C. Feliciano Sr. (Ohio), Leslie Miller (Arizona), Darcee S. Siegel (Florida), James Holmes (California), Lynn Allingham (Alaska), and Kari Petrasek (Washington). Go to ambar.org/dalresults to view their biographies.

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