Running a Darn Good Meeting: What You Need to Know About Parliamentary Procedure Receives 2015 CAI Law Seminar Best Manuscript Award
I recently learned that my session at the 2015 Community Association Law Seminar in San Francisco on “Running a Darn Good Meeting: What You Need to Know About Parliamentary Procedure” has received the Best Manuscript Award from the College of Community Association Lawyers. Because of the Award, the manuscript has been made available online at Best Manuscript Award in case it is of interest.
The national Community Association Law Seminar, sponsored by the Community Associations Institute (CAI) and the College of Community Association Lawyers (CCAL), is the nation’s premiere continuing legal education conference exploring trends and practices in community association (homeowner and condominium association) law. The CAI’s 37th annual Community Association Law Seminar will be held January 27-30, 2016 in New Orleans and will be attended by attorneys, community managers, insurance professionals, and homeowners.
Author: Jim Slaughter
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