State Bar News, 1217 UTBJ, Vol. 30, No. 6. 58

 
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State Bar News

Vol. 30 No. 6 Pg. 58

Utah Bar Journal

December, 2017

November, 2017

Notice of Bar Election: President-elect

Nominations to the office of Bar President-elect are hereby solicited. Applicants for the office of President-elect must submit their notice of candidacy to the Board of Bar Commissioners by January 2, 2018. Applicants are given time at the January Board meeting to present their views. Secret balloting for nomination by the Board to run for the office of President-elect will then commence. Any candidate receiving the Commissioners’ majority votes shall be nominated to run for the office of President-elect. Balloting shall continue until two nominees are selected.

NOTICE: Balloting will be done electronically. Ballots will be e-mailed on or about April 2, 2018 with balloting to be completed and ballots received by the Bar office by 5:00 p.m. April 16, 2018.

In order to reduce out-of-pocket costs and encourage candidates, the Bar will provide the following services at no cost: 1. space for up to a 200-word campaign message* plus a color photograph in the March/April issue of the Utah Bar Journal. The space may be used for biographical information, platform or other election promotion. Campaign messages for the March/April Bar Journal publications are due along with two photographs no later than February 1st;

2. space for up to a 500-word campaign message* plus a photograph on the Utah Bar Website due February 1st;

3. a set of mailing labels for candidates who wish to send a personalized letter to Utah lawyers who are eligible to vote;

4. a one-time email campaign message* to be sent by the Bar. Campaign message will be sent by the Bar within three business days of receipt from the candidate; and

5. candidates will be given speaking time at the Spring Convention; (1) 5 minutes to address the Southern Utah Bar Association luncheon attendees and, (2) 5 minutes to address Spring Convention attendees at Saturday’s General Session.

If you have any questions concerning this procedure, please contact John C. Baldwin at (801) 531-9077 or at director@utahbar.org.

*Candidates for the office of Bar President-elect may not list the names of any current voting or ex-officio members of the Commission as supporting their candidacy in any written or electronic campaign materials, including, but not limited to, any campaign materials inserted with the actual ballot; on the website; in any e-mail sent for the purposes of campaigning by the candidate or by the Bar; or in any mailings sent out by the candidate or by the Bar. Commissioners are otherwise not restricted in their rights to express opinions about President-elect candidates. This policy shall be published in the Utah Bar Journal and any E-bulletins announcing the election and may be referenced by the candidates.

Notice of Bar Commission Election: Third, Fourth, and Fifth Divisions

Nominations to the office of Bar Commissioner are hereby solicited for two members from the Third Division; one member from the Fourth Division; and, one member from the Fifth Division – each to serve a three-year term. Terms will begin in July 2018. To be eligible for the office of Commissioner from a division, the nominee’s business mailing address must be in that division as shown by the records of the Bar. Applicants must be nominated by a written petition of ten or more members of the Bar in good standing whose business mailing addresses are in the division from which the election is to be held. Nominating petitions are available at http://www.utahbar.org/bar-operations/leadership/. Completed petitions must be submitted to John Baldwin, Executive Director, no later than February 1, 2018 by 5:00 p.m.

NOTICE: Balloting will be done electronically. Ballots will be e-mailed on or about April 2nd with balloting to be completed and ballots received by the Bar office by 5:00 p.m. April 16th.

In order to reduce out-of-pocket costs and encourage candidates, the Bar will provide the following services at no cost: 1. space for up to a 200-word campaign message plus a color photograph in the March/April issue of the Utah Bar Journal. The space may be used for biographical information, platform or other election promotion. Campaign messages for the March/April Bar Journal publications are due along with completed petitions and two photographs no later than February 1st;

2. space for up to a 500-word campaign message plus a photograph on the Utah Bar Website due February 1st;

3. a set of mailing labels for candidates who wish to send a personalized letter to the lawyers in their division who are eligible to vote; and

4. a one-time email campaign message to be sent by the Bar. Campaign message will be sent by the Bar within three business days of receipt from the candidate.

If you have any questions concerning this procedure, please contact John C. Baldwin at (801) 531-9077 or at director@utahbar.org.

Pro Bono Honor Roll

The Utah State Bar and Utah Legal Services wish to thank these volunteers for accepting a pro bono case or helping at a free legal clinic in June and July of 2017. To volunteer call the Utah State Bar Access to Justice Department at (801) 297-7049 or go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/UtahBarProBonoVolunteer to fill out a volunteer survey.

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Debtor’s Legal Clinic

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Expungement Law Clinic

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