ABA Notices - October-November 2023
2024 STATE DELEGATE ELECTION NOTICE
Pursuant to Section 6.3(a) of the ABA Constitution, 17 states will elect state delegates for three-year terms beginning at the adjournment of the 2024 ABA Annual Meeting. The deadline for receipt of nominating petitions is Friday, Dec. 8. Go to ambar.org/2024-stdel to find the states conducting elections as well as election rules and procedures.
DELEGATE-AT-LARGE ELECTION RESULTS
The 2023 Delegate-at-Large and Delegate-at-Large vacancy elections were uncontested. At the 2023 Annual Meeting, Chair Gene Vance announced that the following people were elected to a three-year term as Delegates-at-Large to the House of Delegates: Mark Agrast (District of Columbia), Harry Baumgarten (Delaware), Anthony Ciolli (U.S. Virgin Islands), Myra L. McKenzie-Harris (Arkansas), Savannah Potter-Miller (Georgia) and Tommy Preston (South Carolina). In addition, Andrew M. Schpak (Oregon) was elected for a two-year term (2023-2025) to fill a Delegate-at-Large vacancy. To review their biographies, go to ambar.org/dalresults.
2024 BOARD OF GOVERNORS ELECTION NOTICE
At the 2024 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 2024 Annual Meeting and ending at the conclusion of the 2027 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: New Jersey (District 3), North Carolina (District 5), Missouri (District 9), California (District 14), New York (District 15), Arkansas (District 16) and Utah (District 17). The Nominating Committee will also nominate a Judicial Member-at-Large, members from the sections of Labor and Employment Law, Antitrust Law and the Government and Public Sector Lawyers Division to serve as Section Members-at-Large, one Young Lawyer Member-at-Large and one Minority Member-at-Large. Nominating petitions must be sent to [email protected] no later than Jan. 5. —Marvin S.C. Dang, ABA secretary