Thanks to all delegates for your fantastic participation in the very successful 2015 Conference in Anaheim. Congratulations to those delegations and delegates whose resolutions achieved passage at the Conference. The preliminary report of Conference actions is now available below. Please note that some fields in the report may be supplemented in the future, in which case an updated post will be provided.
For all proponents of approved resolutions, the Request for Lobbying Form is now available here:
Packed with useful information and materials, please take a moment to review our 2015 e-Program and download it for offline reference.
Below is the spread sheet of positions for the delegations that submitted positions. The download link is at the bottom.
At its meeting yesterday, Thursday, October 8, the Board of Directors approved the filing and consideration of ELF-01 regarding Anti-SLAPP motions. The resolution has been posted on the Resolutions Page since its submission. All delegations and delegates are urged to review it as soon as possible. ELF-01 will be specially set by the Conference Operations Committee.
Proposed Emergency Late Filed resolution ELF-01-2015 has been posted for delegation review. This resolution is NOT YET APPROVED for consideration by the Conference and will be taken up by the Board of Directors at its meeting on Thursday, October 8. The results of that review will be posted on the website after the meeting.
The filing of Late Filed Resolution LF-02-2015 was declined by the Board of Directors based on the proposed resolution not meeting two of the criteria for late filing. The proponent has advised of the intent to appeal the Board’s decision to the Conference, so the filing documents have been published for delegation consideration.
All resolution materials can be found at the 2015 Resolutions page. See you in Anaheim!
The CCBA Board of Directors is very pleased to announce that CCBA will be presenting two of CCBA’s highest honors at the Chair’s Reception as part of the 2015 Conference in Anaheim: The James Pfeiffer Award and the Outstanding Service Award.
Longtime delegate and Conference leader Andrea Carlise of the Queen’s Bench Bar Association of San Francisco will receive the James Pfeiffer Award for her dedicated and longstanding service and numerous contributions to the Conference, and CCBA Legislative Advocate Larry Doyle will receive the Outstanding Service Award for his extraordinary contribution to the Conference and its mission. We hope you will help us acknowledge their immense contributions to the advancement of the law and justice in California. Sponsorships of the Conference and the Reception are available at all budget levels. For more information, please contact us at email@example.com.
We hope to see you there!
CCBA today announced the release of its 2014-15 calendar, including key dates in preparation for next year’s Conference of Delegates. Among the highlights:
Initial deadline for submission of resolutions: March 6, 2015
Legislative Day in Sacramento: March 9, 2015
Preliminary package of resolutions posted for public access: April 10, 2015
Final resolutions package with reports posted for public access: August 10, 2015
2015 Conference of Delegates: October 9 – 11, 2015 in Anaheim, CA.
For more details, please consult the full published schedule below.Share Your Opinions!