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!
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.
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!
The 2015 Conference resolutions package has been posted on the CCBA website. Delegations and delegates have 99 resolutions to consider in 12 series across a variety of subject matter areas.
Delegations are reminded that Monday, May 18 is the deadline for submission of any counterarguments. Counterarguments may be submitted by email to the Resolutions Committee at resolutions@calconference (dot) org.
Delegations and Delegates–
Due to an unexpected technical issue, the posting of resolutions has been delayed. We expect them to be posted no later than Wednesday, April 22. Our apologies for the inconvenience and our thanks for your patience and support!
Duncan Crabtree-IrelandChair, Conference of California Bar Associations
CCBA is in the early stages of a two-year process to upgrade and enhance our technology infrastructure. One piece of that infrastructure is our resolution submission process, which, for technical reasons, will be slightly different this year.
To accommodate that reality and provide some additional time for submissions to be prepared, the deadline for resolutions to be submitted is extended to Sunday, March 15, 2015. For more details on the process and to submit your resolutions, check out our submissions page.
The publishing of submitted resolutions on the website will also be extended to April 19, 2015.