Have you ever thought about getting more involved with the Conference? We hope so! There are a lot of ways to participate, like the Resolutions Committee or Conference Operations (ConOps), but we’re also looking for some of the best, most committed delegates to serve as members of CCBA’s Board of Directors.
Board members come from around the state. Each year. four of them are appointed by the Board, and one is appointed by the Advisory Council. If you’re interested in being considered for an appointment to one of the Board-appointed seats, please contact Jack Osborn, Chair-Elect and Chair of the Nominating Committee at email@example.com, for more information. Don’t be shy!
On Friday, August 21, the CCBA Board approved the consideration of LF-01-2015. The Resolutions Committee is hard at work analyzing it and preparing a report. However, since we know many delegations are having discussions about their positions on resolutions now, we have posted the resolution on the Resolutions Page and will update it when the Res Comm report is ready.
Additionally, due to an error, several counterarguments that were properly and timely submitted were omitted from the report on resolution 09-03-2015. The resolution has been updated in the 9 series file and the all resolutions file, so please make sure you have downloaded and are using the most recent updated versions. Our apologies for any inconvenience.
After months of hard work and in-depth analysis and discussion, the Resolutions Committee has released its reports and recommendations on all 97 pending resolutions. On our updated Resolutions Page you can download the comprehensive set of resolutions including the reports and any counterarguments, both in one large file and by series. Check it out and download them now!
We’re also pleased to announce that by popular demand, we have implemented a new online resolutions discussion forum, to provide a place for delegates to discuss the resolutions online before arriving at the Conference. Take a look and comment on your favored (or least favored) resolutions – and start building support for your positions before you even arrive in Anaheim.
Registration for the 2015 Conference of Delegates in Anaheim is now open! Early registration discounts are available until September 14, and to encourage first-time delegates, we are offering the most substantial discounts ever for first-timers. Check out our individual delegate registration page for all the details!
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.
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Due to the inadvertent omission of Resolution 08-11-2015, revised files have been posted for the Series 8 resolutions and for the combined resolutions package. No other series are affected. Delegations and delegates are encouraged to download the revised files for “All Resolutions” and “Series 8” from the Resolutions page Our apologies for any inconvenience.