Rick Collins to Attend New York State Bar Association House of Delegates Meeting
Rick Collins will be heading to Rochester this weekend, where he will be attending the New York State Bar Association’s Spring House of Delegates meeting. Rick, a member of the NYSBA House of Delegates on behalf of the Nassau County Bar Association, will be attending the NYSBA House of Delegates dinner on Friday night, followed by the House of Delegates meeting held on Saturday, April 5th at the Hyatt Regency in Rochester.
At the last meeting held in Manhattan in January, Marc Gann was also elected to the NYSBA House of Delegates, representing the Nassau County Bar, and will officially be inducted as a member later this year. Both Rick and Marc will continue to play an active role at the NYSBA House of Delegates, which is the decision and policy-making body of the New York State Bar Association.
The House of Delegates manages the business and affairs of NYSBA, determines its policies and develops positions on issues that affect the law and the legal profession. The House meets four times a year, with most members of the House of Delegates selected by county or local
bar associations or NYSBA Sections, although some are nominated by the Nominating Committee or appointed by the NYSBA President.
For more information about the April 5th NYSBA House of Delegates meeting and this weekend’s agenda, visit https://www.nysba.org/CustomTemplates/SecondaryStandard.aspx?id=47665