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Nominate a Fellow Member for the 2014-2015 Board of Governors!

CLLA Staff, Staff | December 12, 2013

Do you want to make history in your industry? 

The Commercial Law League of America is seeking nominations for open positions on the 2014-2015 Board of Governors.  

The positions to be filled are the following:

  • President-elect (one-year term, with automatic succession to the presidency for 2015-2016 and service as immediate past president in 2016-2017)
  • Recording secretary (one-year term)
  • Treasurer (one-year term)
  • Attorney board member (two open seats, three-year term)

Please see the CLLA constitution for more detail on these important positions, terms of office and the nomination process.

If you would like to place your name or the names of other League members for any of these positions, please fill out the nomination, candidate questionnaire and candidate biography data forms and submit them to: 

Anthony Hilvers, Executive Vice President, 

CLLA 205 N Michigan Avenue, Suite 2212

Chicago, IL 60601

Fax: 312-240-1408

E-mail: Ahilvers@clla.org 

Nomination forms are due by Monday, January 30, 2014.


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