AMENDMENTS TO THE ABA CONSTITUTION AND BYLAWS
The Constitution and Bylaws may be amended only at the ABA Annual Meeting upon action of the House of Delegates. The next meeting is Aug. 6-7 in Chicago. The deadline for any ABA member to submit proposals is March 9. Proposals will be published in the July 2018 ABA Journal. For details, go to ambar.org/AmendmentsNotice.
Mary L. Smith
RESULTS OF THE UNCONTESTED 2018 REGULAR STATE DELEGATE ELECTIONS
On Dec. 8, 2017, the Board of Elections certified the results of the 2018 State Delegate Elections. For a complete list of the State Delegates elected for the 2018-2021 term, go to ambar.org/resultsstateelection.
GOAL III MEMBERS-AT-LARGE ON THE NOMINATING COMMITTEE
The ABA President will appoint one Goal III Minority Member-at-Large and one Goal III Woman Member-at-Large to the Nominating Committee for the 2018-2021 term. These appointments will be made from broadly solicited nominations from the diversity commissions, sections, divisions and forums, state and local bar associations, and the membership at large. If you are interested in submitting a nomination or have questions, contact Leticia Spencer ([email protected], 312-988-5160) c/o Office of the Secretary, by Friday, May 4.
NOTICE BY THE SECRETARY REGARDING THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS VACANCY
The death of Joe B. Whisler of Kansas City, Missouri, a member of the Board of Governors from District 9, has created a vacancy for the 2015-2018 term. Pursuant to Section 7.4 of the Constitution, the unexpired term for this vacancy position shall be filled by an eligible member of the Association selected by the members of the House of Delegates in the district in which the vacancy exists. Nominees must be accredited to the following states of District 9: Missouri, Montana and Wisconsin. Nominations may be made by mail or email to the Office of the Secretary, c/o Leticia D. Spencer , American Bar Association, 321 N. Clark St., Chicago, IL 60654; or 312-988-5160, [email protected]. Nominations must be received by Friday, March 30, 5 p.m. CT.
Mary L. Smith