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Rules and Resolutions Committee - Meeting #3 Announcement

Friday, June 26, 2020   (0 Comments)
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Brothers and Sisters,


The 63rd Biennial Convention Rules and Resolutions Committee chaired by International Marshal, Nicole M. Grida, will hold its third Committee Meeting next Tuesday June 30, 2020 at 8:00PM Eastern/5:00PM Pacific. The Agenda for Meeting #3 can be found here. This virtual meeting will take place via Zoom. Any law, alumni, honorary, or lifetime member of the Fraternity wishing to join the Committee Meeting as an Observer can do so by clicking here or using the dial-in information below:


Meeting ID: 853 2671 2105

Password: Rules&Res (for Zoom app)

Call In Number: 646.876.9923

Password: 546189 (if dialing in by phone only)

One tap mobile: +16468769923,,85326712105#,,,,0#,,546189#


The Minutes for Committee Meeting #1 along with the updated Proposed Resolutions and Proposed Rules can be found here. Additional Meeting Minutes will be posted on the P.A.D. website following approval by the Committee. All other materials regarding the Rules and Resolutions Committee can be found here.


If any Brothers or Sisters have any proposed Resolutions they would like to bring before the Committee, please send those via email to the Committee Chair as soon as possible for consideration. Finally, please note that the Committee has tentatively set Committee Meeting #4 for Thursday July 9, 2020 at 8:00PM Eastern/5:00PM Central. 


If you have any other questions or concerns regarding the Rules and Resolutions Committee, please contact the Committee Chair, Nicole M. Grida.


For additional information about convention or to register please click here!

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