State bar seeking delegate to serve in ABA House

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The Indiana State Bar Association is seeking a candidate to fill a two-year position to the American Bar Association House of Delegates.

As a delegate, the individual will attend ABA House sessions. The House meets twice a year, usually in early February and early August, and sessions typically last three to four days. The ISBA pays a stipend to help defray the delegate’s costs.

The delegate’s term will start in mid-August with the House meeting to follow in February 2014 in Chicago.

Volunteers for this position should submit a letter of interest no later than May 31 to Tom Pyrz, executive director, Indiana State Bar Association, One Indiana Square, Suite 350, Indianapolis, IN 46204.

The state bar’s board of governors will make the selection.  



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