Proposed ALL-SIS Bylaw Amendments
Article VII: AMENDMENTS
Section 1. Bylaws.
Bylaws of the Section may be adopted, amended or suspended at the annual meeting of the Section by a majority vote of the members present and voting. Or, bylaws may be adopted, amended, or suspended through a distributed ballot. Whenever the bylaws are to be changed by a distributed ballot, the Secretary shall distribute ballots to every member in good standing of the Section. Such ballots shall state the text of the proposed change, the purpose of the change, and the date by which ballots must be returned to the Secretary. Proposed changes in the bylaws by distributed ballot must receive a majority vote of the ballots returned to the Secretary in order to pass. Tie votes shall be considered failure to pass.
(Revised Article VII, Section 1, adopted at the Section's Annual Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts, July 11, 2004.)
Section 2. Notice.
Notice of proposed amendments shall be provided to the special interest section's members 30 days in advance of the meeting or distribution of the ballot.
Section 3. Effect.
Any amendment shall take effect after it has been approved by AALL's Bylaws Committee.
The voting will be at the ALL-SIS Breakfast & Business Meeting (sponsored by LexisNexis) on Sunday, July 26, 2009 at 7:00 AM - 8:00 a.m.
- ALL-SIS By-Laws July 15, 2007
- ALL-SIS By-Laws, July 9, 2006
- ALL-SIS By-Laws, July 11, 2004
- ALL-SIS By-Laws, July 21, 2002
- ALL-SIS By-Laws, July 16, 2000