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Serve as NABE Delegate to the ABA House of Delegates
‎The NABE Board of Directors is accepting applications from interested and qualified NABE members to serve as NABE's delegate to the ABA House of Delegates. The ABA House of Delegates meets in conjunction with ABA annual and midyear meetings, generally on the Monday and Tuesday following the conclusion of NABE annual and midyear meetings. Delegates must be lawyer members of the ABA. The NABE delegate will be responsible for reporting at NABE business meetings and directly to the NABE board upon request. The NABE delegate will be reimbursed upon request for travel expenses incurred by the delegate due to remaining in the meeting city after the conclusion of NABE meetings. The term is two years and begins at the close of the 2017 ABA Annual Meeting. To apply, please send a letter of interest to the NABE Board of Directors in care of Pamela Robinson at pamela.robinson@americanbar.org by April 18, 2017.  ‎The NABE board will make a selection in early May. 

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